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Green Tier Participant
to become a Green Tier participant.
Contact information
Susan Eichelkraut
2300 N Dr Martin Luther King Jr Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212
Company contact
Nicolette Hitzke
N117W18493 Fulton Dr.
Germantown WI 53022
Fax 262-255-6993
North Shore Environmental Construction, Inc. [exit DNR]

North Shore Environmental Construction, Inc. Functionally Equivalent to ISO 14001 Tier 1 participant since 12/19/2014

North Shore Environmental Construction, Inc., an environmental contractor specializing in hazardous materials management, emergency response and environmental site remediation, has entered to Wisconsin’s Green Tier program for its Germantown facility.

Group shot

Left to right is: Jesse Jensen (Acting Secretary Director, Southeast), Chloe Soik (Environmental project assistant, North Shore Environmental Construction) and Keith Hitzke (President, North Shore Environmental Construction)

Environmental activities

Since 1989, North Shore Environmental Construction has been working to protect the environment by providing clients with services in hazardous materials response and remediation. In their Green Tier application the company plans to further increase their environmental performance by:

  • starting an in-office and onsite recycling program;
  • using enhanced high efficiency LED lighting and installing light sensors; and
  • implementing an Environmental Management System, which will provide baseline data to compare with future results.

North Shore’s latest environmental improvements include:

  • developing mercury chemical decontamination technology;
  • removing polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and chlorinated solvents from contaminated groundwater through on-site wastewater treatment prior to discharge;
  • implementing beneficial reuse practices;
  • recycling treated wastewater;
  • converting waste to energy at designated facilities;
  • reducing carbon emissions with the addition of flex fuel vehicles; and
  • purchasing stone, sawdust and other supplies locally.


Acceptance letter


Last revised: Tuesday February 07 2017