Asbestos Abatement Project Management
The containment and disposal of such materials is critical and dangerous if not managed to the standards of the local, state and federal guidelines. Our team of experts have decades of experience in work with state agencies for notifications, licenses and disposal permits for such activities. Asbestos abatement is a serious activity and should only be performed by professional, experienced teams. Envirotest project managers are the experts in this field. Give us a call to help with your abatement project planning today.
Oversight and Site monitoring
Utilizing our highly trained industrial hygiene technicians, Envirotest can perform site monitoring to ensure the air quality in the site and the surrounding areas are free of contaminants, such as asbestos, silica, or other airborne impurities. We perform on-site PCM Sample Analysis, produce daily project logs as well as daily on-site analytical reports. Utilizing governmental guidelines, our team will perform air monitoring at your location and provide you with a clearance report once the project is complete.
Envirotest has fully licensed and accredited Asbestos Inspectors. We have more than 30 years of experience working in this field. Our inspectors can perform surveys and collect samples for lab analysis. We work for residential home owners, school districts, hospitals, municipalities, and commercial or industrial sites. Our team is trained and follows all local, state and federal guidelines including, but not limited to; National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP), USEPA Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) program, and as required by USEPA regulation 40 CFR Part 61.
Both the states and federal government regulate asbestos. Helpful information regarding Asbestos Regulations;
Environmental Protection Agency
Texas Department of State Health Services
US Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality Asbestos Website