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Minority Business Tapped To Help Clean Up LA Coast

When President Obama visited the Gulf for the second time, workers picking up and disposing little oil balls on the Lousiana beach were employed by Environmental Health & Safety, Inc. (EH&SInc). EH&S Inc is a small, minority-owned (Hispanic) business (SBA certified 8a and SDB) specializing in environmental, safety and health, and training services. EH&S Inc has grown from one employee in 1997 to over 65 multi-disciplinary professionals.



ES&H, Inc. has a decade of disaster response experience. ES&H, Inc. offers a proven management plan and a disaster response team with years of experience and knowledge. Their experience includes involvement in response efforts following some of the nation’s largest disasters, such as Hurricane Katrina (still working), Hurricane Rita, Hurricane Wilma, Hurricane Fran, Hurricane Ivan, Hurricane Frances, Hurricane Charley, and the World Trade Center terrorist attack on September 11, 2001. EH&S Inc is headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee and has offices in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Metarie, Louisiana and at Dover AFB, Delaware.

 

 

 

 

 

African American Environmentalist Association

Dedicated to protecting the environment, enhancing human, animal and plant ecologies, promoting the efficient use of natural resources and increasing African American participation in the environmental movement. Outreach arm of the Center for Environment, Commerce & Energy

 

 



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