Community Involvement

DISASTER RELIEF

Tornado, Flood, Earthquake, Fire………
Living in a state prone to extreme weather has prepared Environmental Management (EMI) and its employees to be on the ready during any disaster, be it manmade or natural. Whether EMI is bringing in equipment to the disaster area to remove debris, providing tankers of water during wildfires, delivering water and food to relief workers or just rolling up our sleeves to lend a helping hand, EMI is there for our community.

COMMUNITY TRAINING

Environmental Management works closely with local fire and police   departments as well as other agencies to develop training and awareness programs for the community in the event of a natural or manmade      disaster.  Community preparedness is key to maintaining the safety of the community and its citizens during what could otherwise be chaotic times.

LOCAL CHARITIES THROUGH OUR PRODUCT DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM

Many items brought in through the Environmental Management Product Distribution Program are donated to local charities and food banks.

For more information regarding the Product Distribution Program and how it can assist your charity please visit our website www.emiok.com

UNITED WAY

Environmental Management is very active in United Way of Logan County.  Our employees have contributed over $125,000 the past 10 years,  We are proud to say we have 100% employee  participation and several employees also serve on United Way committees.