Providing excellence in the areas of Environmental Investigation/Remediation, Solid/Hazardous/Radiological Waste Management, Emergency Planning & Response, Water Quality, Munitions Response, Air Quality, Fuels System Optimization and Classified Services.


  • Emergency Repairs on Cut & Cover Tanks

    In 2009, Weston was contracted by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers to perform time- and mission-critical fuel storage tank cleaning, inspection, calibration, and repairs on Tanks 2 (a “bunkered” tank, with an earthen covering with a concrete cap) and 3 at Mountain Home Air Force Base in Elmore, ID.

  • WWII-era Munitions Removal from NJ Beaches

    As part of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) replenishment project, 886,000 cubic yards of sand were dredged and pumped onto New Jersey’s Surf City and Ship Bottom beaches. Shortly thereafter, Weston was called upon to remove potentially explosive World War II-era munitions discovered on the beach fills by local residents.

  • Removal Assessment & Action at Radiologically Contaminated Superfund Site

    From December 2012 to present, Weston provided removal assessment and removal action support to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) during decommissioning of the Safety Light Corporation Superfund Site in Bloomsburg, PA.

  • Superstorm Sandy Disaster Response

    In October 2012, Superstorm Sandy caused widespread water, electrical and structural damage to homes, businesses and national parks throughout New Jersey and New York. As part of our Environmental Protection Agency Superfund Removal Support Team Region 2 contract, Weston conducted damage assessments and restoration activities at affected sites while also responding to critical needs of the National Park Service (NPS) and U.S. Postal Service (USPS).

  • PCB-Contaminated River Remediation & Restoration

    When the Housatonic River’s soils, sediments and surface water became contaminated with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requested assistance from the New England District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (CENAE). CENAE awarded Weston one of multiple contracts and task orders to provide comprehensive technical and analytical services for river remediation and restoration.

  • Hurricane Katrina Disaster Response

    When Hurricane Katrina hit Southeast Louisiana in 2005, Weston was tasked by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), under our Region 6 Superfund Technical Assessment & Response Team contract, to pre-deploy personnel and resources in secure areas outside the storm’s impact zone. Our team ultimately provided support from the planning stage prior to hurricane landfall through completion of EPA response and recovery activities in 2009.