Environmental Restoration, LLC (ER)

Environmental Restoration LLC (ER) has become a nationally recognized leader in Environmental Emergency Response, Site Remediation and Environmental Construction. ER`s rapid expansion is attributable to the quality of our personnel. We hire and maintain experienced Project Managers and field staff. Because of the quality of our personnel and work performance, ER has earned a reputation in the industry for consistent delivery of exceptional project management and cost effective services.

Company details

1666 Fabick Drive , St. Louis , Missouri 63026 USA

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Business Type:
Service provider
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Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)
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Environmental Restoration LLC (ER) is a provider of cost effective hazardous wastes material management and removal services. Our services include Emergency Response, Site Remediation, Environmental Construction, and Specialty Technical Services. Since 1997, we have been a remediation contractor for federal, state, local agencies and private sector clients, providing services nationwide from our St. Louis corporate headquarters and from ER regional offices located in Atlanta, Boston, Binghamton, NY, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Detroit, Glendive, MT, Hartford, Houston, Indianapolis, Libby, MT, Omaha, Raleigh, Salt Lake City and St. Paul.

ER “self-performs” project work, providing experienced project management and skilled field personnel, all fully trained and regulatory compliant. We have the capacity to provide crews of any size to execute hazardous waste removal projects ranging from small 2 to 3 man crew needs to “mega response” events requiring hundreds of trained field technicians.


Since 1997, Environmental Restoration LLC has performed over 5000 hazardous waste removal actions, ranging from simple drum removal to large scale remediation projects for contaminated residential properties, mine reclamation actions or abandoned manufacturing facilities, requiring removal or treatment for thousands of tons of contaminated soil or contaminants. During this same period of time, ER has grown from one office location, our corporate headquarters in St. Louis, to 18 regional office strategically located across the country.

Our hazardous waste removal, response and remediation projects include completing over 1000 Task Orders for the USEPA Emergency and Rapid Response Services (ERRS) program and other government agencies and approximately 3500 time critical response actions for government and commercial clients.

As a small business (NAICS Code 562910), we have grown to a total of 392 personnel, mostly field management and technicians who are assigned to ER offices. These crews cover specific geographic areas, providing timely emergency response services to incidents and remediation services for on-going long-term multiphase projects.

ER is unique in the industry because of our ability to self-perform projects. Our skilled project management and field crews are trained for response and hazardous waste management projects, performing work that is fully compliant with government requirements for site practices and handling and disposal regulations.

We have the ability to provide and mobilize skilled personnel and company owned equipment appropriate for projects of all size and scope for hazardous waste materials management, with the assigned crew performing all site tasks from project planning to completed project execution.

ER’s corporate culture promotes teamwork and a common commitment to providing safely executed quality work. We hire and maintain experienced and knowledgeable personnel and provide on-going training to maintain credentials current with industry practices and requirements.

Our hazardous wastes management project experience covers the full range of contaminates including chemicals, oil and petroleum, corrosives, asbestos, lead, known and unknown releases and other pollutants.


Environmental Restoration LLC is a lead-safe certified firm. In compliance with the 2008 EPA issued rule, ER personnel are trained in lead-safe work practices. The objective of this training is to prevent lead contamination when working on project sites for structures build before 1978 where lead based paint has been used.