Announcement Date : Apr 14 , 2006

Tropical Storm Ernesto Flooding (2006-2007)

Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Emergency Management (VDEM) City of Richmond

Provided turn-key around the clock supervision for the pumping and decontamination operations from the effects of sewage contaminated flood waters of Tropical Storm Ernesto for over two months. Garner provided personnel, pumps, generators, mechanics, operators, fuel, hoses, etc. in relief efforts for the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Emergency Management. Garner also conducted the gross residential decontamination of several square miles of the Battery Park area of Richmond, VA that were most severely affected by the sewage contaminated flood waters. Initial personnel and equipment on-site within 12 hours of activation. Project still ongoing.

Hurricane Ernesto

Florida Division of Emergency Management

Garner Environmental Services mobilized at the request of Florida’s State Emergency Response Team (SERT) to provide State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) personnel and Logistical Staging Area (LSA) resource management teams to mobilize the material handling equipment for anticipated Points of Distribution (PODS) and emergency power needs in response to Ernesto. Garner crews additionally staffed State owned relief goods warehouse providing personnel management and distribution support for relief commodities. Prior to Ernesto’s landfall Garner crews readied over 60 emergency generator sets and 30 POD material handling equipment packages for immediate deployment within of 12 hours post landfall. Initial personnel and equipment on-site within 36 hours pre landfall.

Tropical Storm Alberto

Florida Division of Emergency Management

Responding to the overnight development of Tropical Strom Alberto Garner Environmental Services mobilized at the request of Florida’s State Emergency Response Team (SERT) to provide State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) personnel and Logistical Staging Area (LSA) resource management teams to mobilize material handling equipment for the anticipated Points of Distribution (PODS) and emergency power needs in response to Ernesto. Garner crews additionally staffed the State owned relief goods warehouse providing personnel management and distribution support for relief commodities. Prior to the Alberto’s landfall Garner crews readied over 25 emergency generator sets and 60 POD material handling equipment packages for immediate deployment within 12 hours post landfall. Initial personnel and equipment on-site within 24 hours pre landfall.