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Leading the way in environmental infrastructure maintenance

Metropolitan Environmental Services has been providing superior service to the Ohio area for decades. As one of the Carylon companies, we have the resources and expertise to successfully complete even the most demanding projects safely, on time, and on budget.

Browse below to see some examples of our past performance.

Amos Fly Ash Pond Closure

  • Hydraulic Dredging

Location: Charleston, WV Project Completion Date: July 2014 Client: R. B. Jergens/ American Electric Power Carylon Operating Company: Metropolitan Environmental Services Metropolitan utilized a 12″ cutter suction dredge to hydraulically dredge approximately 500,000 CY of fly ash to create a series of channels on this pond closure project. Metropolitan strategically placed the dredged sediments throughout the pond to […]

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Avalon Hydraulic Dredging

  • Hydraulic Dredging

Location: Avalon, NJ Project Completion Date: September 2017 Client: Borough of Avalon Carylon Operating Company: Mobile Dredging & Video Pipe Borough of Avalon 2014 Back Bay Dredging Maintenance Dredging Project. MDVP provided a 14 inch hydraulic cutter suction dredge, booster pump and 14,000 feet of pipeline and crew to dredge the Back Bay of Avalon, NJ. The channel […]

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Beneficial Reuse of Sediments

  • Hauling Disposal and Reuse of Residuals

Location: Montgomery, County, MD Project Completion Date: July 2016 Client: Montgomery County, MD Department of Environmental Protection Carylon Operating Company: Metropolitan Environmental Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection operates and maintains Lake Whetstone and Gunners Lake to provide storm water management for adjacent residential communities and for recreational and aesthetic purposes to be enjoyed by County residents. In […]

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Cobb County/Marietta Water Authority

  • Hydraulic Dredging
  • Sludge Dewatering

Georgia Water Authority Performs Major Dredging Job In Record Time Experienced public works directors don’t need a crystal ball to see into the future. When the U.S. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) established new water quality regulations in 2005, the public works officials in CobbCounty, Georgia (GA), knew that major rehabilitation work at their water treatm […]

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Forest Hill Lake Excavation

  • Excavation & Site Restoration

Forest Hill lake project finished under budget, early The lake is back in Forest Hill Park—under budget and ahead of schedule. “That’s what you call a successful project,“ said Eric Zeigler, excavation manager for Metropolitan Environmental Services Inc., an Ohio-based company that did the work in five months instead of six. The lake, more than […]

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