JM ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., President John Moore shares the story about the Wildfire Debris Removal & Cleanup work we did following the October 2017 Wildfires in Northern California.
This Time Lapse Video shows JM ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., disconnecting and removing a 200’ long conveyor system from a Sunflower Processing Plant. The floor height on the conveyor system was 40’ tall. Team JM cut the pieces apart and used a crane to lower them to the ground. We also removed a large concrete pad. The conveyor & sorting system expansion enabled the Sunflower Processing Plant to unload trucks in 20 minutes, whereas it took 210 minutes previously.
JM ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., removing asbestos infused lead paint using a media blaster at a Public Entity Utility site. The Asbestos Infused Lead Paint was originally used to strengthen the structure.
JM ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., demolishing massive lead paint coated structural steel trusses on a train bridge.
JM ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., demolishing half of the Student Union Building at California State University Sacramento. Three excavators were used concurrently during the demolition. Excavator # 1 has a grappling thumb with a camera attached. The camera screen inside the cage enables the operator to view close up exactly what he is removing from the structure. Excavator # 2 has a hammer to demolish the concrete foundation.
Excavator # 3 has a pincher claw to move and sort the steel rebar and concrete debris.