First Environmental Nationwide



High School Grad & GED

#1 Have you recently graduated high school and feel directionless?

#2 Are you in college and getting tired of sitting in classrooms?

Working for First Environmental might just be the career you’ve been looking for!

We value education highly and believe that it’s a wonderful thing. However, college isn’t the only path to a good, successful career. Here at First Environmental, we offer you a great alternative.

Working at First Environmental isn’t just about the job – it’s a community. The fraternity you miss out on by not going to college is made up for by your fraternity of coworkers. Ours is a close-knit family – one that can truly give you a sense of belonging.

Would you rather be sitting in a classroom for hours on end or be out on a job, operating heavy equipment and getting a paycheck?

We think the answer to that is pretty easy.

If you’re ready to get your hands dirty, make a living, and build a career, First Environmental is the place for you!

Do you like getting your hands dirty and doing physical, challenging work?

Do you like working as part of a team?

Do you like working with equipment and machines?

Do you want a career where no two days are the same?

You can find your future at First Environmental.

First Environmental is an industrial cleaning contractor specializing in the cleaning of process and non-process machines, equipment, and storage vessels, floors, ceilings, walls of any and all wastes, process residuals and media, sludges, and debris. One day you could be suspended 40 feet in the air cleaning a tank and the next day you could be providing emergency spill response to a warehouse customer where every hour they’re down costs thousands of dollars. At First Environmental, your work matters.



If this doesn’t sound like you but you’re still interested in our work, maybe this is you:


Maybe you’re a high school student who isn’t sure about the future or if college is for you.


Maybe you’re an industrial worker, but you’ve hit a ceiling at your current company.


Maybe you’ve got a degree or a wealth of experience and you’re looking for a management opportunity.