EFS has 20+ Years of Experience Working in Various Government Sectors

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In today’s competitive government market, you need to do more than fill a small business enterprise (SBE) requirement. You need an SBE that’s focused on quality, responsiveness, and cost. EFS has the equipment, resources, and experience to assist prime contractors in all areas of environmental field support. Our goal from the start has been to provide high quality environmental field services in a cost-effective manner to our government clients.

EFS has a wide variety of government experience over the past 20+ years. Below is a list of some of our experience, both directly and indirectly, in various government sectors. Click on each to learn more about the project.

Since our inception, EFS has strived to conduct business with the highest standards of honesty, trust, professionalism, and ethical behavior. To learn more about EFS and the other industries in which we serve, click here to visit our website.

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Don’t Forget! EFS Presenting at the 10th International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds

speaking microphoneDon’t forget, if you are attending next week’s Battelle Chlorinated Conference in Palm Springs, California, EFS will be presenting on Wednesday, May 25. Chris Rismiller, Drilling Principal at EFS, will be giving a presentation titled “Strategies for Successful Injection of Zerovalent Iron and Bioaugmentation Products”. If you plan to attend the conference, please join us to learn more. Click here to learn more about the event.

We’re Hiring! Are You the Perfect Fit?

HiringWe are hiring for multiple positions here at EFS! Take a look and see if you would be the perfect fit. Click here to see our current open positions.

EFS Looking to Fill Drill Helper Role

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EFS is currently looking for an entry level or experienced Drill Helper for our Westfield, Indiana location.  A Drill Helper is responsible for learning and performing various aspects of field work related to direct push soil and groundwater sampling; hollow-stem auger drilling for geotechnical data collection; environmental soil sampling; and installing and maintaining groundwater monitoring wells. To learn more about this position and how to apply, click here.

One Way to Safely Identify Utility Lines and Tree Roots

Certain work sites pose problems when it comes to identifying utility lines or tree roots that could possibly hinder EFS work or put EFS employees in danger. To help with these issues, EFS uses a technique called air knifing, or soft digging. In this technique, we use compressed air that flows through a nozzle and crumbles the dirt. By working in this way, we can safely identify utility lines or tree roots, without damaging either one of them and keeping everyone safe in the process. To see this process in action, watch this video from Bloodhound Utility Locators.

To learn more about the variety of services the EFS offers, including Air Knifing/Soft Diggin, Click Here to contact us.

EFS Announces Hiring of Second Generation Driller

CroppedWESTFIELD, INDIANA – Environmental Field Services, Inc. (EFS), a diverse environmental contracting firm, is pleased to announce the hiring of Ryan Warren as Drilling Manager of Westfield’s drilling operations.

Warren has over seventeen years of environmental and geotechnical drilling experience performing work in the Federal, State, and Local Government market as well as the Petroleum industry.  His past experience also includes performing drilling services for several large, international manufacturing companies. Warren even has experience in the service, assembly, and transportation of drilling equipment.

As a second generation driller, Warren was exposed to environmental drilling from early age.  His father, Ralph, began working in the industry in 1976 and passed his love for drilling on to his son.

As Drilling Manager for Environmental Field Services, Inc., Warren is responsible for all aspects of project and personnel management as well as growing and developing business related to the drilling service area including, but not limited to, direct push technology soil and groundwater sampling; hollow-stem auger drilling for geotechnical data collection; environmental soil sampling; and monitoring well installation. EFS’ drilling service area operates rotary auger and direct push technology drilling equipment.

Driven by bold vision and a strong entrepreneurial spirit, Environmental Field Services, Inc. is a diverse environmental contracting firm focused on soil and ground water remediation, subsurface sampling, monitoring well installation, and industrial services. For more information on the company’s products and services, call 317.896.1116 or visit http://www.envfield.com.

 

Big Red – CME 75 Drill Rig

CME-750-EEFS was founded in 1994 with a Geoprobe® Direct Push Sampling System in order to support subsurface environmental investigation, remediation, and geotechnical evaluation by our clientele. Since the early 90s, EFS has expanded our inventory of equipment in order to provide soil, water, air, and waste sampling services throughout the United States. Our newest piece of equipment, appropriately nicknamed “Big Red”, is a CME 75 Drilling Rig mounted on a Morooka MST-1500 Carrier. This rig has multiple attachments for a type of rock coring called wireline core drilling. Wireline core drilling is a special type of core drilling. Unlike some types of drilling, the purpose of core drilling isn’t to make a hole, but instead to retrieve a core sample, a long solid cylinder of rock that geologists can analyze to determine the composition of rock under the ground.

While performing core drilling, the rig is capable of reaching depths of more than 1,000 feet below the ground surface. The 72 inch stroke, hydraulic vertical drive system has no chains or cables which can stretch and an emergency spindle brake can stop rotation in less than a revolution, allowing workers to operate the rig much more safely. The rig has a small, high-speed winchline that is capable of retrieving the inner barrel very quickly. It also has a break-out table and break-out wrench that is made to hold Nq rods and even unscrews them! SAM_0585

EFS’s newest addition allows us to reach further, digging deeper under the ground’s surface, and to break through heavier, more condensed ground material to provide high-quality core sampling for our clientele.