Miller Environmental Group Inc. (MEG), Calverton, New York, has expanded its operations in the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania market after opening its original MEG Operation Center in January of 2014. MEG says it has experienced pronounced growth that has outpaced its expectations.
"We are very proud to announce that we have expanded into a 15,000-square-foot space located at 17 Brenneman Circle, Suite 101, Mechanicsburg, PA 17050.” says Mark Miller, owner and CEO of MEG. “This expansion will allow MEG to better serve its client base in the Central Pennsylvania marketplace. The company will continue to expand its entire service line to customers in the region including emergency spill response; industrial cleaning; environmental remediation; waste transportation; disposal, health and safety training, and marine support services.
Additionally, MEG has announced it is growing in the Baltimore market. Soon, MEG will be moving to a much larger space in the Curtis Bay area of Baltimore.
"MEG will be able to meet and sustain the growth in the Baltimore market by expanding from our current space that we have occupied for the past 12 years," says George Wallace, vice president and chief commercial officer. “MEG has significantly grown its customer base in the Baltimore, Maryland, market to include Utilities, Marine Transportation, Railroads, Insurance Companies, Chemical Manufacturers, Petroleum Terminals, and many other industries.”
"The determined growth of our company has positioned MEG to more fully address our clients' needs both geographically and by service line," says Mark Lucy, regional manager for MEG.
MEG is a diversified environmental services company providing its clients industrial cleaning, environmental emergency response, environmental remediation, health and safety training, marine support services, and geothermal drilling coupled with heat pump sales. MEG has nine offices serving the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
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