SCE provides a full range of in-house services to Government Agencies, Public, Commercial and Private Industry both nationally and internationally. SCE offers comprehensive on-site services for industrial cleaning, decontamination, oil & gas services, site remediation, demolition, transportation & disposal and emergency response, with highly trained personnel meeting the highest safety standards in the industry today.
SCE Environmental Group Inc.
Waste is a terrible thing to mind
Established in 2000, SCE was founded with the intent to offer safe, cost effective environmental services at the highest level of customer satisfaction. Once created, SCE emerged in the Eastern United States as a full service environmental contracting company.
SCE is a Pennsylvania based full service environmental company performing environmental remediation, oil & gas services, demolition, waste management, and industrial services both nationally and internationally.
Since our founding, SCE has completed projects in 38 US states. In 2002, SCE completed its first international project in Taiwan. Since then, SCE has worked in Canada, Bahamas, Barbados, Nicaragua, Cuba, Togo, Kuwait, St. Croix, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Venezuela and continues to grow its international business.
SCE was named the 13th Fastest Growing Environmental Services Company in America by Inc. Magazine and was named #1066 of the Top 5000 Small Business in America. Additionally, SCE was awarded the Bronze Medal from The Environmental Business Journal for excellence in environmental remediation.
SCE has completed projects ranging from a $13.5M complex soil excavation project to a six-mile pipeline project to a multi-state UST Program. All SCE projects are done with Safety as Job One.
Since 2000, SCE has evolved from a small remediation firm to one of the largest environmental construction companies in Pennsylvania, which inherently serves all of our local communities and eagerly performs in areas far beyond.
The little guy in the photo is not only my favorite equipment operator at SCE, he’s also my son. And as I watched him busily dig into the makeshift rock quarry of a local amusement park, I was reminded of some rather profound realities.
This stuff we do with remediation is more than earning a living, more than a paycheck. What we are doing is cleaning up old sins of many generations, putting things right, handing over a scarred but healing planet to my son and his sisters, your children and grandchildren, and the rest of their generation. Every bucket of contaminated soil, every flake of lead paint, and every fiber of asbestos that we carefully quarantine is that much less that they’ll be exposed to.
Sure, it’s a business. We worry about margins, and scopes of work, and procedures and protocols. We sweat over RFP’s, haggle with schedules, and wonder how we’ll meet this deadline or that budget. But underneath it all, this is important stuff. It transcends business. We need to get this right.
So to you, my partners in this industry of remediation, thank you for making the planet better for our kids and their brethren. It is a legacy that will survive long after financial statements and Gantt charts have been forgotten. We should all look with pride at this effort we make for the generations to come.