Experienced Remediation & Demolition Contractors for Over 40 Years

The EIS Family of Companies includes experienced, licensed remediation and demolition contractors ready to assist after the hurricane. Licensed in all states affected by the storm, as a team, Simpson Environmental Services, 1Priority Environmental, and the AET Group, provide full-scale remediation, transportation and disposal, and demolition services. 

As Florida-based contractors, where the storm has hit the hardest, we understand the intricate process of environmental cleanups from critical care infrastructure to multi-family housing – and getting you back to business safely.

Natural Disaster Response Solutions

  • Vacuum Truck Transportation – Removal & Disposal Services
  • Disposal of Liquids, PCW, Oily Water, and Sludge
  • Mold Remediation and Mitigation
  • Interior and Full-Scale Demolition
  • Asbestos & Lead Abatement
  • HVAC Air Duct Cleaning & Odor Abatement
  • Biological Remediation, including Remediation of Sewage Backup

Contact us today

For all your transportation, disposal, abatement, demolition, and remediation services after the hurricane.

We are not servicing Single-Family Homes at this time



We own and operate a fleet of DOT certified 3,000 gallon vacuum trucks, including wet and combination wet/dry vacuum trucks and trailers to handle your needs for everything from water to heavy sludge. From time-critical outages to quick turnaround activities, our team will provide a safe, value-driven solution for your disposal and transportation needs after the storm.


Water is not your friend when it comes to mold. We work quickly and efficiently to properly remove mold and improve indoor air quality so that you can safely get back to your living or working space. Our team of professionals are trained to identify the sources of the problem and create a plan for its effective and safe removal. Cleanup and repair of the physical structure affected requires careful planning, proper equipment and skilled technicians. Our inspectors and remediators are certified in their fields, have extensive knowledge of the building industry and use state-of-the-art methods and equipment to eliminate the problem and restore the building to healthier operation.


Your project deserves safety and precision, not destruction. With a fleet of heavy equipment, EIS’ demolition division can self-perform all aspects of demolition. EIS companies have a class A demolition license and the track record to prepare us for most challenges.

Our demolition teams are experts in the science of precise and safe removal of obsolete structures, their components, and architectural finishes. We understand the unique intricacies involved in demolition contracting, and employ innovative, successful techniques in the areas of historical preservation, interior renovation, selective dismantling or total demolition.


You don’t have to sacrifice the health and safety of those you serve for the space you need. Asbestos can be found in ceiling tiles, cement products, shingles, flooring tiles, heat-resistant fabrics and more and can drastically impact the air quality of the surrounding space. EIS offers a total solution to both removal and disposal of asbestos materials. We utilize an independent third-party to verify air monitoring and sampling. We also maintain specific liability insurance of the occurrence type that is far superior to “claims made” policies.


There is nothing as foundational as the air we breathe. Duct cleaning involves the cleanup of various heating and cooling system components of forced air systems. Regular maintenance and cleaning of these components help lessen the effects of airborne contaminants present in virtually any HVAC operating system. These include allergic reactions to dust, pollen or other debris, as well as reactions to microbiological contaminants. The process is simple. First, we use specialized tools to dislodge dirt and debris, then we vacuum them out with a high-powered HEPA vacuum cleaner. Once cleared of debris, we sanitize all surfaces and apply chemical sealants to inhibit future contamination and help reduce energy costs.