Hulcher Services is a provider of site remediation services for a wide variety of soil and groundwater contaminants and has successfully completed hundreds of remediation projects throughout the United States and Canada.
Hulcher provides remediation services to the railroads and industry. Hulcher frequently supports environmental consultants on a wide range of environmental remediation projects as well. Years of experience gained from working on railroad derailment sites have given us the capability to remediate sites contaminated with highly toxic materials that are often located in remote and inaccessible areas. We have become experts at quickly, safely and cost-effectively mobilizing the personnel, equipment and supplies required for the remediation of large, difficult sites.
We provide “rapid remediation” services that directly follow emergency response action as well as conventional remediation services for sites impacted by historical discharge of containments. Hulcher has experience in a wide variety of both conventional and innovative methods of site remediation, including:
Since 1963 railroads and industry have placed their confidence in Hulcher for a wide range of services. With 35 locations in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, our company is bonded, insured and highly rated with Dunn & Bradstreet. We maintain preferred vendor arrangements with top businesses and have long-established relationships with many environmental consulting firms.
Call 800-637-5471 today to learn more about Hulcher’s environmental site remediation and other environmental services.
Hulcher Services’ environmental services are available 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.
|Case Study - Hulcher Completes Demolition of Sand Tower and Oil Filling Station
The railroad’s sand tower and adjacent oil filling station were no longer being used and had become an “eye sore” for the local residents. Rather than incurring the expense to maintain the building and tower, the railroad decided the best option was to demolish them. After a competitive bidding process, Hulcher Services was chosen for this project.
|Case Study - Hulcher Remediates Pond at Chemical Manufacturing Facility
A chemical manufacturing facility was closing a pond on their property, and the pond required remediation before it was filled in. They needed a contractor with the expertise and heavy equipment to clean and restore the site.
|Case Study - Hulcher Services Removes Three Diesel and Lube Oil Above-ground Storage Tanks (ASTs) From Railyard
A railroad’s environmental group wanted three diesel and lube oil above-ground storage tanks (ASTs) at their storage yard to be removed. While the 63,000 gallon ASTs were no longer in use, they were still connected to fueling stations. The group also wanted the tanks’ retaining wall to be demolished to open the space for future use.
|Case Study - Hulcher Services Remediates 13,500 Tons of Contaminated Soil at Former Salvage Yard
A five-acre property had previously been used as a salvage yard where battery and metal recycling took place. The property owner needed a contractor to excavate and remediate the contaminated soil at this site.
|Case Study - Hulcher Services Performs Tank Farm Removal Project on Six 3,000-Gallon Underground Storage Tanks (USTs)
While excavating a piece of property, the railroad discovered a buried tank farm of six 3,000-gallon underground storage tanks (USTs). The railroad needed a contractor to clean out and remove the tanks and refill the area so it could be used for other purposes.
|Case Study - Emergency Response and Remediation Resolves Major Hazardous Material Spill
Following a major spill, a mass evacuation of the area was ordered as a result of the various materials involved. The customer needed an experienced emergency response / environmental contractor who could clean up the spill and restore the site.
|Case Study - Undercutter Removes Contaminated Soil During Railyard Environmental Remediation
A 500-foot stretch of track at the railyard was contaminated. The affected track surrounded a switch on one of three active and busy lines in that immediate part of the railyard. The railroad needed a contractor with superior railroad and environmental experience to remove the contaminated soil with an off-track undercutter and replace it with clean fill.
Photos of Environmental Remediation Projects