AshBritt

AshBritt Environmental is a national turnkey rapid-response disaster recovery and special environmental services contractor.

AshBritt Environmental is a national turnkey rapid-response disaster recovery and special environmental services contractor.

Hurricane Matthew

A Debris Story: Hurricane Matthew, Chatham County Georgia

APWA Reporter Magazine August 2017 Issue, featured AshBritt’s Chatham County Hurricane Matthew Operation. “The breeze was rustling through the beautiful emerald green trees and Spanish moss that makes Savannah and Chatham County, Georgia, one of the top tourist destinations on the east coast. But October 7, 2016, was anything but a normal night in Savannah. READ MORE

AshBritt Activated by San Bernardino County for Blue Cut Fire

San Bernardino County Office of Emergency Services activated AshBritt to provide base camp resources and donation management support in response to the Blue Cut Fire that scorched over 36,000 acres. Some of the items and services provided were portable toilets, hand wash stations, showers, refrigerator & freezer trailers and more. Blue Cut Fire Incident Information: Acres READ MORE

AshBritt Rapidly Responds to the Soberanes Fire in Monterey County, CA

AshBritt Rapidly Responds to the Soberanes Fire in Monterey County, CA Monterey County, CA activated AshBritt, Inc. in response to the Soberanes Fire that scorched over 90,062 acres. AshBritt rapidly responded and mobilized equipment/manpower to the disaster area to manage the hazardous debris clean-up and tree removal operations that impacted the County’s Right of Ways. Soberanes Fire Incident Summary: Structures Threatened: READ MORE

AshBritt called to action in Lake County, CA for the 2015 Valley Fire

AshBritt is currently finishing a hazardous tree removal project for Lake County, CA. Operations are focused on felling, trimming, and chipping of fire damaged and destroyed trees in the ROW and on private property. Throughout this project, we are abiding by all FEMA Fire Management Assistance Grant Program (FMAG) guidelines for Lake County, CA to READ MORE

AshBritt August 2015, Title Sponsor for the Overtown Youth Center “Day of Service – Save Our Sons Initiative”.

AshBritt was the title sponsor for the Overtown Youth Center “Day of Service – Save Our Sons Initiative”. This was a tremendous event that helped improve the facility that is used every day by at-risk youths in downtown Miami. We painted, trimmed trees, pressure washed and pulled weeds right alongside the youths and the Overtown READ MORE

AshBritt, Inc. Awarded U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Contract

AshBritt Environmental has been awarded a United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Advanced Contracting Initiative (ACI) Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) for Debris Management Services for the South Atlantic Division (SAD) (N. Carolina, S. Carolina, Florida, Georgia and Alabama), and the South Pacific Division (SPD) (California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico). In READ MORE

City of Pasadena Salvation Army

AshBritt, Inc. was pleased to contribute to the City of Pasadena, TX Chapter of the Salvation Army in support of their 2013 Holiday Food Drive.

Tim Mooney Awarded Florida Emergency Preparedness Association, 2013 Corporate Award

The Florida Emergency Preparedness Association awarded their 2013 Corporate Award to AshBritt Inc.’s Tim Mooney. This Award Recognizes his substantial contributions in support of the Florida emergency management community.

AshBritt called in to action in VA & MD

During the evening of June 29th, 2012 a line of very intense, fast moving thunderstorms developed impacting the east coast of the United States.  These storms came sweeping speedily thorough the states of Virginia & Maryland packing winds in excess of Hurricane force. Two of AshBritt, Inc.’s clients, the City of Fairfax, VA and the READ MORE

AshBritt Called Upon To Assist In Connecticut & Massachusetts

Connecticut and Massachusetts were among the hardest hit states impacted by the Halloween Snowstorm that took place on October 29th and 30th, 2011.  Parts of these states received as much as 27 inches of snowfall during those two days.  Crowns and branches from millions of trees came crashing down due to the weight of the READ MORE