Grease Trap Cleaning Services, Hickam AFB & Bellows AFS, Oahu, Hawaii
2007 to current
SESC has operated as a subcontractor to HIES on this project since commencement in 2007. The project involves the monthly, quarterly, and annual pumping and cleaning of underground and above ground grease traps at approximate 20 different site locations utilizing 2,100 to 4,000 gal capacity pump trucks. The pumped material is taken to recycle facilities for conversion into bio-fuel. SESC provides on-site project supervision and QA/QC during scheduled pumping days to coordinate and document activities. SESC is very familiar with the workings of a grease traps and has provided and maintained reliable, thorough, and safe record throughout these years.
List of SESC duties includes:
Grease Trap Cleaning Services, Hickam AFB & Bellows AFS, Oahu, Hawaii,
- Supervision and QA/ QC field work
- Monthly report generation
Fort Kam Housing Soil Remediation Project, Hickam Air Force Base, Oahu HI.
June thru August 2007
Removal and disposal of lead contaminated soil from approximately 24 separate family housing units.
List of duties included:
Fort Kam Housing Soil Remediation Project, Hickam Air Force Base, Oahu HI.,
- Establish and adhere to safety requirements, and Quality Control
- Environmental air monitoring for lead
- Sample preparation for laboratory analysis
- Analysis of site and samples
Macy’s 2009 Asbestos Inspection and Reporting, Operations and Maintenance Program, Honolulu, Hawaii.
February 2009 to Present.
SESC worked with our mentor, HIES, to conduct the ongoing identification of asbestos containing materials and risk analysis at three different Macy’s department store locations for the purpose of an operations and maintenance program.
List of duties included:
Macy’s 2009 Asbestos Inspection and Reporting, Operations and Maintenance Program, Honolulu, Hawaii.,
- Inspection and documentation
- Collection of building material samples
- Risk analysis
- Reporting writing
- Instruction for Operations and Maintenance Training Program
Product Recovery System, Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
March 2009 to Present
Working with our mentor, HIES, SESC conducted the ongoing removal and monitoring of subsurface fuel hydrocarbons from sumps and wells from many different site locations within Pearl Harbor Naval Base. The overall purpose of the performance monitoring program is to gather data to evaluate the effectiveness of the product recovery system. This is accomplished by National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) monitoring, monitoring free-phase hydrocarbon product migration and recovery, and annual waste product profiling. Duties include weekly inspection and documentation of results utilizing belt skimmer systems to collect free-phase product. Results are detailed and documented in weekly, monthly, and yearly well monitoring reports.Product Recovery System, Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.,