Our Process

Environmental Restoration takes more than a village.  

How We Do It

We establish connections with municipalities across the state and determine a contract for a stretch of highway. Paid by the mile, our team goes six to twelve feet outward from the edge of the highway on both sides, clearing cans, plastic, glass, and any other waste that is visible and/or poses a threat to the surrounding area.

The team congregates at a central location approximately 2-3 miles away from the  cleanup site.  The team coordinator provides a truck transport, appropriate safety protocol, and they set up visual warning signs along the site.  

Roadsweep stores all collected bagged litter in a trailer.  The state provides a dumping area, and the cleaning team drops off debris in a district up to 3 miles away from the restoration site. 

Biohazardous remains are secured and reported for safer disposal by trained personnel. When we’ve restored the natural quality of the area, we credit the section of highway with the municipality or company who sponsored the cleanup. With contracted stretches of highway, we plan biannual check-ins to ensure the cleanliness of the area has remained satisfactory.