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SKEET/TRAP/SPORTING CLAYS

En. Range, Inc. offers a complete Turn-Key solution to Skeet/Trap/Sporting Clay ranges of all sizes and types.

  • We use multiple state-of-the-art, custom built, screening plants & pneumatic separator units specially designed for lead separation and removal at outdoor ranges.

  • Since 2006 we have had a dedicated crew cleaning-up skeet/trap/sporting clay ranges, working primarily in the Northeast (New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland).

  • Our services include but not limited to:

    • Removal of lead, copper, aluminum, brass, and any other contaminates from earthen berms and all types of trap containment systems.

    • Lead shot reclamation, even with adverse site conditions.

    • Berm reconstruction and modification.

    • We accept, treat, chemically fixate, recycle and/or dispose of all types of soils and rock.

    • Soil, water, and air testing & analysis, including core borings, pH testing and lead mobility/leach ability studies.

    • Design and implement best management plans (BMP’s) tailored to your range.

Things to Consider

The information below can be found in EPA-902-B-01-001 (Best Management Practices for Lead at Outdoor Shooting Ranges)

  • Selecting a Lead Reclaimer

​In ensuring that the reclamation is conducted appropriately, selecting a reclaimer that is right for your range is extremely important. Some lead reclamation companies will travel to your range and assess the range prior to conducting lead collection activities. This assessment trip allows the reclamation company to confirm information gained during initial discussions, as well as to assist in appropriately estimating costs, time required, and the estimated volume of lead at the range. Conducting this pre-assessment also allows you to determine which reclaimer is right for your situation.

  • Questions Commonly asked by the Reclaimer

When you contact a reclamation company, it is likely that the reclaimer will ask several general questions. Typical questions include:

  1. When was the last reclamation conducted?

  2. How many rounds have been shot since that last reclamation?

  3. What is the use frequency of the range?

  4. What are the site characteristics and soil types?

  5. What type of bullet containment device is used at the range?

Answering these questions will be a lot easier if you have maintained good records, as is suggested above.

  • Questions to ask the reclaimer

When choosing a reclaimer be sure to ask the general questions about prior cleanups (past projects), insurance to cover company and cleanup (general liability insurance, pollution insurance, bonding, etc.), and site plans to ensure health and safety of workers and range personnel. Other questions you may want to ask the reclaimer include:

  1. Can the reclamation take place outside normal hours of range operation?​​

  2. What costs are involved?

  3. How long will the reclamation take?

  4. Does vegetation at the range need to be removed?​​

Let En.Range design and implement best management plans (BMP’s) custom tailored for your range.

(305)999-9965
info@en-range.com