Westinghouse Electric Corporation
Bloomfield, NJ – 1988 – $2,500,000
Scope of Work:
Neumeyer Environmental assisted in the decommissioning of a former light bulb manufacturing facility. The facility had been used during World War II for the development of the atom bomb. Radiological, mercury and asbestos contamination was present in nearly 1,000,000 square feet of the facility.
The services Neumeyer Environmental provided included:
•Decontamination of building components and equipment.
•Sizing and packaging of contaminated waste.
•Complete dismantling of two buildings.
90% of the structure was decontaminated on site allowing nearly 1,600 tons of debris to be handled as construction debris saving the client substantial disposal costs. The site has been redeveloped as a mixed-use shopping and residential complex.