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Contaminated Water Diving 

Sunday, January 8, 2017
Check out the article on Contaminated Diving in which Mainstream's own, Craig Fortenbery is being interviewed. Tom Eason of former Eason Diving & Marine Construction (now a part of Mainstream) is also featured in the article. Very informative!
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"A Coastline Online" featuring Coastal and Ocean Resources 

Wednesday, October 5, 2016
MER subsidiary featured on Alaska's public affairs channel "360 North" is highlighting ShoreZone.org, and Coastal and Ocean Resources own Dr. Carl Schoch and team. Did you know you could fly the coastline in Google street-view style? Quickly locate eel grass meadows, nursery areas for many marine creatures, in distant bays? Now you can explore Alaska’s immense, largely remote coastline in intimate detail at ShoreZone.org.
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MER's John Silva, VP of ER&P, participates in panel discussion at the GA Environmental Conference 

Friday, September 2, 2016
Moran Environmental Recovery’s John Silva, Vice President of Emergency Response and Preparedness, took part in a panel discussion during the 2016 Georgia Environmental Conference that was sponsored by O’Brien & Gere (OBG). The Georgia Environmental Conference focuses on the exchange of fresh, new, high value, well-balanced, diverse and relevant thoughts and ideas with positive impact on current and future practitioners and the environment of Georgia and the Southeast region.
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MER assists local Massachusetts fire departments in oil spill response training. 

Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Moran Environmental Recovery, LLC as part of its long standing partnership with MA DEP, provided training for local first responders. Members of the US Coast Guard also assisted in the drill at the Fore River basin on Tuesday. Moran is also the contractor that provides the state and coastal communities the trailers to protect their resources.
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MER receives 2015 Gold Award from NRC  

Thursday, January 28, 2016
Moran Environmental Recovery wins the 2015 Gold Standard NRC/RT&S Safe Contractor of the Year Award.
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MER, MassDEP, and U.S. Coast Guard Join Local Agencies in Spill Response Training Exercise off Ram Island in Buzzards Bay 

Thursday, October 22, 2015
On Thursday, October 22, 2015, Moran Environmental Recovery (MER) deployed a protection strategy around Ram Island, which is located in Buzzards Bay, Cape Cod, MA. As the attached linked article explains, Ram Island is a very environmentally sensitive area. This deployment was part of the MassDEP's GRP development and testing program. MER along with its response partners Nuka, Smith Marine, and Avwatch, coordinated all resources to deploy MassDep and USCG response assets.
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Palm Oil Spill in the Savannah River 

Wednesday, July 1, 2015
The Coast Guard and Moran Environmental worked together to clean-up the spill. About 1.5 miles of boom was used to contain the spill along the river, from Hutchinson Island to Garden City.
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MER Receives NEBC Award 

Friday, June 19, 2015
On June 18, 2015, Stephen Dovell, Senior Vice President of Energy & Industrial Services proudly accepted the 2015 EBC Nicholas Humber Environmental-Energy Award for Outstanding Collaboration. The Environmental Business Council of New England hosted the 22nd EBEE Awards celebration in Newton, Massachusetts.
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“Making Music with the Heart” 

Thursday, June 11, 2015
MER Corporate supports local charity the “Boston Minstrel Company.” Since 1991, the Minstrels have been providing energetic and warm-hearted performances that lift people’s spirits. The benefits of live music, participatory singing and dancing are now proven to lift emotional states, ignite imagination, and arouse joy and revelry. When the curtain falls, all are in a state of happiness and well-being. Boston’s troupe of volunteer singers and musicians offer compassionate and creative musical expression to folks residing in shelters, prisons, and senior homes.
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MER & Eason assist in Underwater Recovery 

Friday, June 5, 2015
Moran Environmental Recovery (MER) along with their subsidiary Eason Diving & Marine Contractors (Eason), were dispatched on an Emergency Response project in Kiawah Island.

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