We can help you handle your asbestos project
If you are involved in manufacturing, construction, renovation/demolition, repair or maintenance, or even natural disaster clean-up, current asbestos standards may apply to you, your staff, and to your building occupants. If you are looking to identify suspect materials, design a plan of action for removal, or monitor for the exposure of airborne asbestos, let us work with you to protect what we all care about: the people, the environment, and your reputation.
Our ASBESTOS SERVICES:
While not limited to the list below, our team can assist you with a variety of asbestos removal related problems:
- Inspections including air, dust, and bulk sampling of materials and potential exposures
- Abatement project air monitoring including full-time service and air clearances
- Abatement specification and documentation assistance
- Assisting Operations & Maintenance programs with asbestos awareness training and audits
Environmental Health, Inc., as a firm, regularly practices in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire and is a licensed in-house asbestos laboratory able to perform asbestos analysis on-site during monitoring tasks. EHI excels in this type of consulting work, where our staff has over 75 years of combined experience related to asbestos remediation. Our firm has been working together with clients since our earliest years with inspections and monitoring removal projects, and we dedicate a great amount of time and resources to ensure that our staff enters the field with the highest level of understanding of the regulations and standards.
ASBESTOS PROJECT MONITORING
Our licensed project monitors actively partner with your contractors and environmental service teams to manage asbestos fiber releases and ensure the quality of work performed. We inspect indoor and non-traditional containment preparation, conduct asbestos air sampling throughout removal and for required air clearances, as well as document all aspects of work including engineering controls and work practices. At the end of the day, we pride ourselves on making sure all parties involved go home safe, healthy, and better informed.
Contact us for information on daily rates, clearance rates, and long-term project bidding. We have fully-licensed monitors to work with you and can be available to you seven days a week. At the conclusion of the project, we issue a detailed report including work procedures, photo evidence of the quality of work, and all air sample results.
Asbestos is widely documented as a hazardous carcinogen and requires special handling and documentation for home owners, facilities managers, and others. Our licensed inspectors will work with you to conduct the most efficient sampling program to identify suspect materials in and around your property. Presumed asbestos-containing materials (ACM), described by OSHA, in buildings commonly include:
- Thermal system insulation
- Roofing and siding shingles
- Vinyl floor tiles
- Plaster, cement, putties and caulk
- Ceiling tiles and spray-on coatings
- Foundation damp proofing
- Debris co-mingled with soils