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Serving the Pacific Northwest

Since 1987

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FIRST STRIKE ENVIRONMENTAL

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IMPORTANT LICENSING AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION

FSE LICENSE & REGISTRATION LIST

  • State of Oregon Business Identification Number

  • State of Oregon Corporate Registry

  • State of Oregon Construction Contractors Board, General Contractor # 108932

  • State of Oregon BOLI: Farm/Forest Labor Contractor License

  • State of Oregon Public Utility Commission/Dept. of Transp.

  • State of Washington General Contractor License

  • State of Washington Contractor Bond

  • US DOL Wage & Hour Div.: Farm Labor Contractor Certification (MSPA)

  • Public Utility Commission Highway Tax Bond

  • US Dept. of Transportation Identification Number

  • US Dept. of Transportation Hazardous Materials Certification

  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/ DEQ ID No.

  • DUNS ID Number

OREGON DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY HOME OIL TANK SERVICE PROVIDER

  • Wesley Harper

  • Spencer Berlier

WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY: WASHINGTON UST SITE ASSESSMENT

  • Wesley Harper

OREGON DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY UST SERVICE PROVIDER

  • James Roles: Decommission, Installation/Retrofit

  • Wesley Harper: Decommission, Installation/Retrofit

  • Spencer Berlier: Decommission

OR STATE HEALTH DIVISION DRUG LAB DECONTAMINATION

CONTRACTOR LICENSE

  • Workers: Gerald Coats, Greg Dunlap, Cody Reich, Juan Renteria

  • Supervisors: Spencer Berlier, Zander Hamilton, Wesley Harper, Jim Reich, James Roles

AHERA BUILDING INSPECTORS

  • Spencer Berlier

  • Wes Harper

  • Jim Reich

  • James Roles

First Strike Environmental Co (FSE) is a fully license and bonded contractor available 24 hours 365 days a year for services since 1987. All FSE first responders are trained at the OSHA 40-hour Haz-woper level under 29 CFR 1910.120. Their training and experience ensures an efficient response tailored to the client’s needs. Our primary response supervisors have Unified Incident Command (ICS) training. All responders are qualified to respond in Level A PPE to hazardous releases such as Anhydrous Ammonia.