Our team has experience working with consultants, engineers, disposal outlets, and the New England region of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to follow approved work plans and processes for removing polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). We commonly address:
Removal of PCB-contaminated caulking and paint present on floors, walls, and ceilings, and encapsulation of the removal area
Detailed cleaning of surfaces and materials in additional areas to abate potentially PCB-contaminated dust
PCB transformer oil, leached concrete, and asphalt
Bulbs, ballasts, switches, and other electrical components
We have serviced PCB projects for utility companies, schools, municipalities, private developments, and commercial and industrial facilities.
We understand how to appropriately remediate PCBs of varying concentrations, classify and characterize bulk product and remediation waste, and ensure the use of correct disposal outlets.
We also have experience with encapsulation of areas where PCB-contaminated paint was removed using two dissimilarly colored epoxy coatings or another approved alternative method.
What We Offer
We offer a professionally trained workforce that brings a safety-first culture to our job sites every day.
Our ability to perform both select demolition and structural takedown delivers an added value for clients who encounter PCBs or other hazardous materials on a construction project.
Some of our methods include:
Water jetting with vacuum recovery
Chemical stripping for paint
Find out what we can do to help with your project.