RES is involved in a diverse range of maritime and inland environmental cleanup operations.
Listed below are recent projects.
Along the east San Francisco shoreline, the Eden Landing Ecological Reserve spans approximately 6,400 acres of salt ponds and diked marshes. RES has been a part of creating structures for visitors and wildlife habitats.
Eden Landing provides a home for many plant and animal species, especially migrating or wintering waterfowl.
A six month dredging operation that removed contaminated sediment and replaced it with clean material. This operation took place in San Diego at sites adjacent to NASSCO's South Shipyard, near Barrio Logan.
This process had four major aspects:
dredging, decanting, sediment processing, and fresh sand placement.