Response & Recovery
Around the world, recent events involving terrorism and bioterrorism have raised the concern for public health and safety, as well as environmental protection. E & E has responded to over 8,000 environmental events worldwide including man-made and natural disasters involving floods, earthquakes, chemical and oil spills, hurricanes, outbreaks, and other public health emergencies.
E & E maintains and deploys teams trained and equipped with state-of-the-art emergency response technology and equipment. These teams are called upon by government agencies to provide support to local emergency responders facing issues such a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear (CBRNE) and explosives emergencies with services such as air and water sampling and testing, mobile laboratory deployment, and contaminant plume and air modeling. Our emergency response services provide around-the-clock, around-the-world access to proven expertise to address and respond to emergency incidents.
- Emergency Response to Hazardous Material Spills and Releases, Natural Disasters, Public Health Emergencies and Events Involving Terrorism
- Site Safety Plan Design and Compliance Oversight
- Personal Protective Equipment Use and Selection
- Multimedia Environmental Surveying and Sampling
- Spill Containment and Incident Perimeter Establishment and Maintenance
- Decontamination Line Design and Operations Oversight
- Incident Logistics and Material Management Programs
- Hazardous Materials Removal and Remediation Design and Oversight Support
- Plume Modeling and Advanced Air and Groundwater Assessment
- Confined Space Entry Methods and Monitoring
- Natural Resource Damage Assessments
- Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment
- Geological Studies
- Response Equipment Support (Needs Analysis; Equipment Assessment, Procurement; and Coordination of Training and Equipment Management)
E & E provided more than 50 technical personnel to perform sampling for anthrax in more than 25 federal buildings in the nation’s capital, including the Capitol and Supreme Court.
E & E coordinated emergency response actions in response to severe flooding of several rivers that affected 36 counties, working closely with federal/state agencies, including the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
E & E is working with New York City Department of Law to apply scientific analysis to claims alleging health injuries, environmental damage, and property damage resulting from the terrorist attacks on the WTC on September 11, 2001.
- Matthew Lieuallen
- (503) 248-5600