Environmental Services

Emergency Response/Site Remediation
Metropolitan Environmental Services, Inc. capabilities include the cleanup, transportation and disposal of acids, caustics, chlorinated and non-chlorinated solvents, fuels, oils and PCBs as well as all non-hazardous materials. Once material samples are approved, Metropolitan Environmental Services, Inc. will arrange for the dispose of wastes at a variety of EPA-approved sites depending upon laboratory analysis and disposal site criteria.

Confined Space Entry, AST and UST Tank Cleaning Services
With safety as the number one priority, Metropolitan Environmental Services, Inc.’s professional staff has been able to successfully complete entries into a variety of hazardous environments, including gasoline and solvent tanks. Metropolitan Environmental Services, Inc.’s specialized equipment allows our crews to perform, where others cannot.

Metropolitan Environmental Services, Inc. also services the underground storage tank market in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky with a turnkey operation that offers customers complete peace of mind when dealing with the removal or closure of underground storage tanks.

Metropolitan Environmental Services, Inc. offers a comprehensive program, from obtaining permits to the removal, through soil testing, remediation, disposal and the final closure report.

Drum Management Services
In industry, large numbers of drums tend to accumulate at plant sites from many production areas. Often drum contents are not identified, even though they may contain spent solvents, acids, alkaline and toxic substances. These drums are a major concern and potential liability to our customers.

Metropolitan Environmental Services, Inc. offer services which allow our customers to implement and maintain a drum management system. Features of these services include:

  • Sampling and lab analysis of unidentified contents of drums
  • Consolidation of materials to minimize disposal costs
  • Repacking and over packing damaged drums
  • Cleaning and crushing of drums
  • Transportation of drum contents to the disposal sites

Did You Know

Carylon Corporation’s equipment resources are vast, with an excess of 1100 rolling pieces of equipment and over 1000 employees. Metropolitan also has dedicated equipment that is available for immediate use from our locations.

Related Info

As an experienced service provider, we are geared to perform 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You can call our 24 hour dispatch service at 800.860.7378

Carylon companies use the coding and grading of pipe and manhole defects in sewer systems and operator certification standards as set forth in the NASSCO Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP).*

*The Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP) was jointly developed by NASSCO and the Water Research Centre (WRC) to create a national standard for the coding and grading of pipe and manhole defects in sewer systems, and the certification of individuals for the PAC Program application.