Federal regulations require an asbestos assessment/survey for any facility conducting renovation or demolition. A facility is a structure other than a one to four family dwelling. A comprehensive survey is conducted to identify any building materials suspected of containing asbestos. Identification, quantification and sampling are conducted by a state certified field technician. Samples are submitted to a qualified laboratory for testing, results are analyzed and a report is issued clearly identifying the asbestos risks present in the facility.
Once identified, asbestos may have to be removed. It must be removed considering the health and safety of the workers and the general public. Licensed workers and licensed supervisors are charged with the responsibility of assuring the same.
Clients may elect to allow the asbestos to remain, but conduct remediation to assure the safety of human health and the environment. M & R provides abatement and remediation services to homeowners and industry alike.
There are numerous federal regulations regarding the removal/remediation of asbestos containing material (ACM). An individual trained and certified as the “Competent Person” must oversee said removal/remediation. M & R provides that competent person to oversee your project, assure compliance and limit liability with proper project oversight, whether you are an abatement contractor or the owner/manager of the facility.
M & R provides final air clearance analysis for asbestos abatement projects. It is critical to determine the safety of any area after abatement occurs, to allow break down of containment. M & R provides on-site, immediate laboratory analysis of final air clearance samples.