Sennebogen 870 Material Handlers Provide Critical Link In Pcb Remediation Of The Hudson River

870-M1Fort Edward, NY – Approximately three times a week, for six months of the year, trains depart from upstate New York, en route to one of three EPA-approved long-term disposal facilities. The trains, which are loaded with dewatered, PCB-containing sediments, represent the last leg of a complex environmental dredging project undertaken by General Electric Co. in New York’s Upper Hudson River. [Read more…]

UCM – Gunther relies upon RAP for quality mix designs

IMG_09831by Mary Weaver

photos by William Weaver

Dave Nall, Quality Control Manager for the asphalt side of the Galesburg, IL asphalt and concrete recycling Gunther Plant, a division of United Contractors Midwest (UCM), has this sign on the wall of his office: “Quality Control always costs less than Remove-Replace.” Nall and the rest of his crew are firm believers in that statement. [Read more…]