Hazardous Waste Remediation
NOTE: OUR SERVICE AREA FOR RESIDENTIAL HAZARDOUS WASTE REMEDIATION IS LIMITED AND WE MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE CONTRACTORS AVAILABLE IN YOUR AREA.
Many ISAVE Team contractors are actively engaged in the proper asbestos and lead remediation for commercial and industrial facilities (private residences are included
in some markets). The workforce involved in these operations is highly trained in safe removal of these products but also in safe work practices. It is very important
that proper procedures are used from the containment building, to removal, to material disposal, to clean air, to containment removal. Only qualified contractors know and
understand the federal, state, and local requirements for this process.
Asbestos and lead abatement procedures are critically important when performing these remediation activities. It is also important for the people performing this difficult
work to understand the significant health risks of these materials. ISAVE Team contractors employ workers who understand the application process and therefor understand the
safest and quickest way to remediate these hazardous materials.
Hazardous waste remediation consists of the safe removal of asbestos and lead containing materials. Asbestos was used in the manufacture of thousands of materials over the
past decades. Among these materials was
mechanical insulation and
fireproofing on building structure components. Lead paint was used in many varieties of building components
including paints, specialty hospital service rooms, and many industrial applications. ISAVE Team
contractors have highly trained workers who perform the remediation of asbestos
and lead safely and in a cost efficient manner. Our ISAVE Team Contractors have the proper license, the skilled workforce, air testing capabilities, and disposal techniques to
perform abatement in all types of facilities. Workforce and public safety are of paramount importance to the ISAVE Team Contractor.
As asbestos abatement professionals, we understand building construction and thermal insulation systems. Most of our contractors offer services to remove all asbestos and
provide encapsulation service complete with air monitoring and testing service.
Originally it was the asbestos workers who installed any mechanical systems insulation. Today our asbestos professionals have this knowledge of past installation methods,
and thoroughly understand the hazards and proper removal methods for these systems. Our same craftsmen also replace the insulation systems. Thus you are assured of the most
knowledgeable workforce in the abatement industry.
Asbestos abatement regulations require continuing education and up-to-date certification for project supervisors and workers. Supervisors receive a special supervisory course.
Our members provide this education for employees which further assure you of competence for your project.
Our abatement professionals can assess your needs and discuss the proper course of action for effective asbestos removal and replacement and, most importantly, we can accomplish
the job safely and efficiently.