Disaster-preparedness firms keep R.I. protected as storms increase, intensify

CLEANING UP: Eric S. Anderson, left, president of Enviro-Clean, a damage restoration and remediation company in Smithfield, speaks with Robert Goralski, president of Cesyl Mills and owner of a warehouse facility in Woonsocket that sustained smoke damage from a fire. 
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
CLEANING UP: Eric S. Anderson, left, president of Enviro-Clean, a damage restoration and remediation company in Smithfield, speaks with Robert Goralski, president of Cesyl Mills and owner of a warehouse facility in Woonsocket that sustained smoke damage from a fire. 
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
A second-generation disaster restoration and remediation specialist, Eric S. Anderson, president of Enviro-Clean Inc. in Smithfield, knows all too well why businesses must be prepared for the worst. Recounting a particularly troublesome weather-related disaster that occurred last winter, he said a rehabbed commercial office building in downtown Providence was closed for a long weekend and…

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