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K2 Environmental Services

About K2 Environmental Services
K2 Environmental Services is a small woman-owned business specializing in D&D of radiological/hazardous sites. K2 offers highly qualified Project Management, Engineering and Technical personnel to fit the customers needs.

K2 Environmental Services registered with NukeWorker on 04/28/2004. They have posted a total of 20 jobs on our system, and curently have 0 jobs avaliable.

K2 Environmental Services



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Contact Name: Lisa Kosko
Street Address: 572 Central Avenue
City: Carlisle
Zip Code: 45005
State: NA
Phone Number: 937-743-1036
Fax Number: 937-743-3012
E-mail Address: koskolg@aol.com  
Registered on: 02/14/2007
Total jobs posted: 2
Currently available: 0

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