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MER performs COVID-19 Decontamination Services on Seastreak Ferries


In May 2020, Moran Environmental Recovery (MER) delivered COVID-19 preventative cleaning and decontamination training to employees and management teams at Seastreak in response to COVID-19. The program is tailored to Seastreak’s specific business to ensure they are equipped to deliver the safest possible travel experience for customers. Seastreak provides commuter ferry service to and from Manhattan and New Jersey, as well as sightseeing cruises and tours. They also operate a seasonal ferry service from New Bedford, Massachusetts to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. COVID-19 has caused ridership on the Seastreak ferries to be significantly reduced. With fewer passengers, there is less work for its employees. MER’s customized cleaning and disinfection training program enables Seastreak employees to gain new knowledge and skills while staying engaged in the workplace during the slow period and keeping their vessels clean and ready to welcome customers back. Read Seastreak Safety Measures

MER crews perform critical cleaning and decontamination services for major utility, rail, government, commercial, and marine clients throughout the East Coast and Midwest. We are a full-service provider specializing in routinely performing Industrial Cleaning, 24/7 Emergency Response and Hazardous and Infectious Waste Management and Disposal. MER has extensive experience and expertise with contamination and contagion services and follows all protocols based on guidelines from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). MER’s COVID-19 response services include planning, decontamination, disinfection, disposal, and commercial facility cleaning. We are committed to providing safe, effective solutions during this time of critical need. 

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