Summit has been acknowledged by LADWP as one of their top Vendors this month!

Summit believes in positively impacting our communities, one project at a time. Our mission is to help provide more sustainable and modern infrastructure.

With a successful track history on hundreds of public works contracts ranging from airports and seaports, bridges, and roadways to utilities and railroads.

Summit takes the guesswork out of the equation by quantifying environmental issues before construction and implementing the solution.

Summit specializes in the following:

  • Plan preparation
  • Sampling and testing of soil and groundwater
  • Reporting of soil and groundwater laboratory results
  • Waste characterization and profiling
  • Transportation and disposal
  • Air monitoring
  • OSHA 40-Hour HazMat/Lead awareness training

Certifications :

  • CSLB License #929061
  • DIR #1000024682
  • C- A
  • C-21
  • C-57
  • HAZ
  • SBE #61973

 

Find out what Summit can do for you!

If you’re interested in learning more about how Summit can improve your company’s approach towards hazardous waste management on upcoming infrastructure projects!

Contact us at (949) 429 – 8263 ext. 102

 

Q1 2023 Wrap-Up:

Summit Environmental prides ourselves with being one of the premier environmental contracting companies in California.

Summit currently is working on projects throughout California. We are proud to be part of so many infrastructure modernization projects aimed to help the surrounding communities. Making California a better place for us to raise our families and for future generations.

Our current jobs include; Utility Improvement, Railroad Grade Separating, Seaport Remediation, and Freeway HOV Construction.

Preconstruction Plans

Understanding specifications and assembling the required preconstruction plans is a critical starting point for most if not all jobs.

Summit has worked on public works infrastructure projects for over 15 years and we understand all the government regulatory agency requirements. Because of this, we are experts in completing the following plans, training, and reports.

 

We are so grateful for the opportunities we have been given. Summit continues to do its part in creating safer environments for our families and making strides toward improving our infrastructure efficiently.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Find out what Summit can do for you!

If you’re interested in learning more about how Summit can improve your company’s approach towards hazardous waste management on upcoming infrastructure projects!

Contact us at (949) 429 – 8263 ext. 102

Project Spotlight:

Summit is working on a District 4 highway construction project in Berkeley, California. This project includes over 8,000 tons of material. With 4,890 cubic yards of ADL roadway excavation material (Type Z-2) and 613 cubic yards of structure excavation material (Type Z-2).

The Scope includes the following:

  • Site Investigation, Sampling & Waste Profiling.
  • Transportation and Waste Disposal Services.
  • Plan preparation, ADL training, and onsite monitoring.

The project aims to reduce traffic congestion, queues, merging, and turn conflicts on Gilman Street between West Frontage Road and Second Street through the I-80 interchange. The project will also improve pedestrian and bicycle safety by building and improving existing pedestrian and bicycle facilities. These improvements include new sidewalks, ADA compliant curb ramps, cycle track, shared-use paths, and a pedestrian over-cross. These provide a safer and more direct connection to the existing San Francisco Bay Trail.

We are so grateful for the opportunities we have been given. Summit continues to do its part in creating safer environments for our families and making strides toward improving our infrastructure efficiently.

Find out what Summit can do for you!

If you’re interested in learning more about how Summit can improve your company’s approach towards hazardous waste management on upcoming infrastructure projects!

Contact us at (949) 429 – 8263 ext. 102

 

Summit has been providing environmental services across California for over 15 years. With this experience, we have become experts in proper waste characterization for California Hazardous and Federal Hazardous (RCRA) materials.

Scope of Work:

Summit specializes in handling and disposing of contaminated materials, with some of our biggest projects being in Caltrans districts 3, 4, & 7. 

 

 

You can rely on Summit to provide the most comprehensive services for your next Aerial Deposited Lead removal project.

 

Join Us for 2023 and find out what Summit can do for you!

If you’re interested in learning more about how Summit can improve your company’s approach towards hazardous waste management on upcoming infrastructure projects!

Contact us at (949) 429 – 8263 ext. 102

 

This year has been a great one for Summit Environmental Contractors, and we can’t wait to see what next year holds for us.

Summit Environmental Contractors provides a variety of hazardous waste management and environmental contracting services, including:

  • Transportation and disposal.
  • Sampling and site investigation for waste characterization.
  • Plans, reports, and training on safety.
  • Oversight, monitoring, and testing.
  • Geographic Information System mapping and data.

 

 

Join Us for 2023 and find out what Summit can do for you!

If you’re interested in learning more about how Summit can improve your company’s approach towards hazardous waste management on upcoming infrastructure projects!

Contact us at (949) 429 – 8263 ext. 102

The EPA estimates that 7.6 billion tons of industrial solid waste are generated and disposed of yearly in the US. With the projected demand for infrastructure improvements increasing, this number will likely increase in the coming years alongside the industry revenue increase.

Summit is ready and excited to see this growth come to fruition.

Prior to construction Summit performs:

  • Health and Safety Training.
  • Lead awareness Training.
  • Plan Preparation.
  • Material Sampling, Testing and Characterization.
  • Waste Profiling.

During construction Summit continues to provide these services:

  • Transportation and Waste Disposal Services.
  • Project Management.
  • Oversite and Monitoring of Material including air monitoring.
  • Manifesting and Communication with Waste Receiving Facilities .

After construction you can expect Summit to:

  • Finalize clean up.
  • Provide waste tracking and weight tickets.
  • Certified payroll reports.

Summit is ready to help your company rebuild and improve California’s infrastructure!

 

 

What Can Summit Do for You?

If you’re interested in learning more about how Summit can improve your company’s approach towards hazardous waste management on upcoming infrastructure project!

Contact us at (949) 429 – 8263 ext. 102

 

 

 

Source:

EPA. “U.S. Environmental Protection Agency | US EPA.” EPA.gov, https://www.epa.gov/sites/default/files/2016-03/documents/industrial-waste-guide.pdf.

 

 

The 2021-22 Infrastructure Bill doesn’t just include upgrading bridges, railroads, and roads. It is easy to forget that utilities also need to be upgraded and play a significant role in our infrastructure. Even if we don’t see them daily, we use them daily.

Depending on the material, sewer lines can last anywhere from 30 to 100 years. In 2014 sewer lines in LA averaged 58 years old, with over 65% of the leaking pipes installed before 1950 (Position, Ben, et al., 2014). It is vital to continue these upgrades to protect our environment, communities, and families.

Outdated sewer lines can create many issues for the environment and the people in the communities it affects. This leakage could be an array of things. Depending on the materials, coal tar, asbestos, raw sewage, and other toxins could be leaking. These toxins are then released into the environment to wreak havoc.

Currently, the OC Feeder Project is helping to upgrade sewer lines to reduce the pollution in Newport Back Bay. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California said that “…this project was necessary to ensure Metropolitan can continue to provide reliable water supplies to its 26-member public agencies that serve 19 million people.”

This is only the start of the upgrades, and in this case, already 19 million have benefited from it. Summit will be alongside many projects in the coming year(s).

 

What Can Summit Do for You?

If you’re interested in learning more about how Summit can improve your company’s approach towards hazardous waste management on upcoming infrastructure project!

Contact us at (949) 429 – 8263 ext. 102

 

 

Source:

Position, Ben, et al. “L.A. Identifies Riskiest Pipes in Aging Water System.” Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Times, 7 Nov. 2014, https://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-water-main-breaks-20141107-story.html.

 

Summit’s history of working on public works infrastructure projects while following all the government regulatory agency requirements has given us the experience and confidence to call ourselves experts in the services we provide:

  • Plan Preparation, Reports, Air Monitoring & Training
  • Site Investigation, Sampling & Waste Profiling
  • Material Profiling & Manifest Preparation
  • Excavation, Transportation & Disposal
  • Dewatering & Liquid Handling
  • GIS Services & 3-D Modeling

By removing and recycling environmental pollution before and during construction, Summit is helping provide green, sustainable, and modern infrastructure, reducing air emissions and a more efficient public transportation system.

The current infrastructure system needs to be modernized to accommodate the increase in traffic we see every year for the safety of our communities and the longevity of our planet. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill is increasing new project opportunities and making updating our infrastructure system possible to better our roadways. 

Having removed over 800k tons of contaminated soil, Summit has the experience and capabilities to cover the removal process from initial plan preparation and sampling to transportation and disposal of hazardous materials.

Summit’s goal is to seamlessly integrate environmental services for public works infrastructure projects, allowing the progression of our highways, ports, and railroads to continue smoothly as we help create safer environments for both workers and communities.

What Can Summit Do For You?

If you are interested in learning more about how Summit can improve your company’s approach towards hazardous waste management on upcoming infrastructure projects, contact us today at :  (949) 429 – 8263 ext 103.

 

 

Project Spotlight:

NOS 10 For The City of Los Angeles & Department of Public Works

 

Summit was awarded a contract from Spiniello Infrastructure West, Inc. to transport and dispose of 23,000 tons of contaminated and hazardous soil. This project is for the North Outfall Sewer (NOS) Rehabilitation Unit 10 for the City of Los Angeles and the Department of Public Works.

Summit’s scope of work includes:

  • Plan Preparation – (HaSP & SAP)
  • Health and Safety Training
  • Material Sampling, Testing, and Characterization
  • Waste Profiling and Manifesting
  • Transportation and Waste Disposal Services

This project includes several improvements that will increase the sewers’ reliability for decades. The work will involve removing, repairing, and rehabilitating sewer pipelines to address deterioration and efficiency.

 

 

The North Outfall Sewer, which has served Los Angeles since the 1920s, is in poor condition and needs modernization. This project will rehabilitate 5,000 feet of sewer pipes in addition to the repair & installation of maintenance holes and building bypass structures.

 

 

It is crucial to properly remove contaminated soil before construction to ensure the safety of workers on the job site as well as the surrounding community. Summit continues to do our part in creating safer environments for our families and making strides towards improving our infrastructure efficiently and cleanly.

 

 

 

Our green sustainable technology solutions are not only building more HOV lanes for natural gas vehicles and carpooling but also eliminating harmful toxins such as aerially deposited lead from highways, bridges, airports, seaports; prepping the future for resilient growth.

 

With more than two decades of experience, Summit has a team of professionals with diverse skills and training to meet the needs of our clients. We are committed to providing intelligent solutions to solve our nation’s environmental challenges and concerns.

 

What Can Summit Do For You?

If you are interested in learning more about how Summit can improve your company’s approach towards hazardous waste management on upcoming infrastructure projects, contact us today at (949) 429 – 8264 ext 103.