News & Updates
Ashton Manor Environmental had another great turnout at its annual Flu Shot Clinic, held on October 2, 2019. Thank you to all of those who participated, and we wish everyone a happy and healthy fall & winter seasons!
Whether you have a small ornamental tree that needs evaluation, or you have large-mature tree that has become a hazard, AME has the in-house, Certified Arborist and the capability to handle your tree care needs.
One of our most recent job located off Jones Bridge road in Bethesda involved the use of a 220 ton crane, multiple support tractor trailers, a specialized log-hauling truck, traffic control measures, a large tree chipper machine, and the expert skills of the tree …
Ashton Manor Environmental is proud to have excellent Mechanics and an ever-improving Fleet Management system to keep our vehicles and equipment running safely! AME’s #1 cultural Fundamental, “Think Safe-Work Safe”, is reinforced by a full-service mechanic shop and staff at our facility in Ashton, Md. Our Fleet staff performs many tasks in-house, from simple oil changes and preventative maintenance, to in-depth, complicated repairs as seen here.
Recently, one of our Toyota RAV4’s needed several intricate parts replaced, which required …
2019 NOCC WALK FOR OVARIAN CANCER
This past Saturday June 15th, The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition Frederick Chapter hosted its 6th Annual “Together in Teal Walk”. This year’s event was about hope, inspiration, and uniting communities to take action against this devastating disease”. Over $130,000 was raised to help with ovarian cancer research and prevention, as well as creating a support network for survivors.
Thanks to the generosity of our clients, friends, and families; Ashton Manor exceeded our goal …
As part of our continued effort to embrace The AME WAY, #1 Fundamental-Think Safe/Work Safe we would like to congratulate Alba Ketchum (HR Administrator), Refugio Vera (Project Manager), and Samuel Esparza (Project Manager) on passing the OSHA 30-hour certification course. At the training our employees learned the standards that OSHA has set in place for job site safety, which is specifically structured for hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention.
Way to go!
The Frederick Chapter of the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition
is holding its 6th Annual Walk to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer on
Saturday, June 15th. The NOCC is a great organization, dedicated to making
strides in ovarian cancer research and prevention, as well as creating a
support network for survivors.
For this event, we have formed a “Team AME”, and would be happy
to have anyone join us for the walk. You can join …