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Founded in 2001, Mill City Environmental (MCE) is an MBE/DBE corporation specializing in environmental waste management and remediation services for public and private sector clients throughout the United States.


Backed by our technical capabilities, regulatory compliance knowledge, and a stellar multi-disciplined team we efficiently and effectively address today’s complex environmental issues.

About MCE

Meet Our Team

Through our service offerings MCE’s mission is to help our clients achieve their strategic business and environmental objectives with timely, cost-competitive solutions.


 In support of this mission, we’ve assembled a team of highly qualified, multi-disciplinary professionals from the public and private sector that collectively bring a wide variety of environmental cleanup experience. Our goal-focused approach including consultation, planning, risk management and project management, coupled with our team’s talent, creativity, and practical experience, ensure we’re able to deliver consistent results and impressive outcomes for every client.

Brian L. Chapman

Photo of President of MCE- Brian L. Chapman

Founder & President

Brian Chapman has spent over 35 years working in the environmental services industry. He began his career at Clean Harbors Environmental Services where he supported their Groundwater Treatment Systems, UST/AST Remediation, Compliance Programs, Industrial Maintenance, and Emergency Response and Hazardous Waste Management divisions. He then went on to serve as a Business Development Director for Tetra Tech EC, Inc.


He launched Mill City Environmental (MCE) in 2001 in his hometown of Lowell Massachusetts. Mr. Chapman quickly grew MCE by sub-contracting and directly servicing clients in both the public and private sector. Over the past 22 years, Mr. Chapman has led MCE to be a premier supplier of hazardous waste and environmental services.

Experience Overview:
  • 35 years in Environmental Services

  • Disaster Recovery, Chemical ER and related restoration projects

  • Specialized training/expertise in chemical, and radiological hazards

  • Expertise in technical and administrative requirements of rapid response-type contracts

  • Contractor with USEPA, US Navy, USACE and VA

  • Training in USACE CQC

  • Asbestos Supervisor in multiple states

  • Massachusetts Supplier Diversity Office training

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Geology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Julie T. Davies

Julie T Davies- MCE Senior Program Manager

Senior Program Manager

Julie Davies has over 30 years of project management experience in the environmental and waste management fields including managing project and compliance activities for major manufacturing companies and prime DOD and DOE contractors. While supporting these contracts, Ms. Davies’s primary focus was to ensure compliance with environmental laws regarding the management of highly regulated wastes including explosive and radioactive materials, and project management in support of those goals.


She has experience with the regulations of multiple states and a wide variety of environmental projects including Transportation and Disposal, Management of Highly Regulated Wastes, and Hazardous Waste Disposal Coordination. Ms. Davies specializes in project planning and resource management for large scale, multi-vendor projects, and coordination of resources in support of prime contracts.

Experience Overview:
  • 30 years EHS & Project Management

  • Hazardous Chemical Emergency Response

  • Contractor with EPA, US Navy, Coast Guard, Air Force, & USACE

  • Large-scale, multi-vendor projects

  • Training in USACE Contractor Quality Control

  • Asbestos Inspector in multiple states

  • Master’s Degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering, Tufts University

Community Investment, Awards & Recognition

MCE is proud to have earned recognition from the City of Lowell and from the Massachusetts Governor’s office with the Inner-City Investment Award.  For his efforts, MCE President, Brian Chapman was named the 2012 SBA Minority Small Business Person of the Year for the state of Massachusetts and for the New England Region 1, and, in 2014, Mr. Chapman was named The Lowell Sun’s Man of the Year. 


In his hometown of Lowell Massachusetts, Mr. Chapman sits on the boards of financial, health care and educational institutions to set an example and make a difference for MBE/DBE’s.  Currently Mr. Chapman serves the boards of The Boys & Girls Club, Lowell Parks and Conservation Trust, The Collegiate Charter School of Lowell, The Greater Lowell Community Foundation, the Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank and Tufts Medical Center’s Lowell General Hospital.

In addition to helping our clients achieve their environmental objectives, we're also committed to supporting our hometown with community-driven growth and investment opportunity programs.

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