Environmental Training Group

Do you care about the Environment like we do?

ETG, LLC strives to provide the best Environmental, Health and Safety training possible. Our main objective is to produce trainees who understand, are responsible and accountable for implementation and adherence to their training through their actions and conduct on all projects.

30 years of making changes

Safety Is Our Mission

Our Values

Over 30 years of experience with more than 10,000 satisfied customers and thousands  courses administered.

Learn your way with our training centers close to you. Training Sites located in North Carolina and Virginia

Courses created by our subject matter experts keeping you informed of the latest regulations and compliance standards.

Get your safety training

Improve your Career

Environmental Training Group has established a reputation for providing industry-leading safety training to the country’s premier construction and general industry firms, enabling them to build sustainable safety cultures. It is a reputation we work diligently to uphold.

our Environmental team

Meet our expert team

Gilbert Bergman

North Carolina Trainer

Tony Midence

Virginia Trainer

Demetrick Harden

Georgia Trainer

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Current Course Offerings

We train technicians in compliance with OSHA regulations.


Satisfied Customers

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Flooding Restoration After Storm

Flooding can be a devastating experience for homeowners and businesses, especially after a storm. Storm-water can cause significant damage to buildings, foundations, and personal property, as well as pose health and safety risks. Restoration after a storm involves several steps to ensure that the affected areas are properly cleaned, dried, and restored to their pre-damaged condition.

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Asbestos Demolition Services

Asbestos is a known carcinogen that can cause lung cancer, mesothelioma, and other respiratory diseases when inhaled. As a result, it is critical that asbestos-containing materials be handled and disposed of safely to minimize the risk of exposure to workers and the public.

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