- Mobile Filtration and Excavation Services
- Hydraulic Dredging Services
- Industrial Services
- Environmental Services
- Transportation Services
Metropolitan Environmental Services, Inc. is proud of our service expertise, but we will never become content. We are ever refining our present services while developing new services in order to maintain our posture as the most reliable and productive environmental and industrial service company in this area.
Learn more about our services and capabilities by selecting a section below.
MOBILE FILTRATION, and EXCAVATION SERVICES include Mobile Filtration and On-site Dewatering Services, Excavation, Solidification Services and Material Transfer Services.
HYDRAULIC DREDGING SERVICES include Hydraulic and Mechanical dredging applications for efficient clean-up and reclamation.
INDUSTRIAL SERVICES include Water Blasting, Wet/Dry Vacuum Services, Sewer Cleaning, Digital Television Inspection, and Hydro Excavation Services.
ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES include Emergency Response and Site Remediation, Confined Space Entry, AST and UST Tank Cleaning Services and Drum Management Services.
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES include the capability to haul hazardous and non-hazardous industrial waste in liquid, sludge or dry form in strict compliance with all necessary DOT specifications.
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.
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.