Joint compound is known for containing asbestos fibers. Here is everything you need to know.
In Massachusetts, asbestos removal and containment guidelines are in place and clear for educational facilities. From public to charter, schools are required to comply with AHERA. The Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act “requires local education agencies to inspects their school building for asbestos-containing building material, prepare asbestos management plans, and perform asbestos response actions to […]
Asbestos abatement in Massachusetts covers a wide-topic of materials, regulations, testing, and removal procedures. Although many people understand the necessary information pertaining to asbestos, the topic is much more in-depth than many realize. For instance, asbestos containing materials is a broad category that encompasses a great deal of surfaces. In this article, we’ll take a […]
Massachusetts requires anyone planning a project involving asbestos abatement, removal, or disposal to follow a specific list of guidelines. Although the best practice for asbestos containing material is to leave it alone, sometimes this isn’t possible. In this article, we’ll take a look at a few of the guidelines that are in place, and why […]
During mid-November, crews were put to work on the streets of Boston as asbestos ran rampant. According to several Boston news sources, first responders arrived on the scene after responding to a water main leak on Summer Street around 5:30 am. Shortly after, authorities were informed of a steam issue due to a burst pipe […]
MA and RI asbestos abatement is not a light matter. In fact, the removal of asbestos creates the most significant health risk. This is due to the fiber release once the material is disrupted. However, asbestos professionals have undergone rigorous training preparing them for the task at hand. If you need professional asbestos abatement in […]
Asbestos is a serious matter and a big concern for many still today. With some of the oldest buildings in the nations, asbestos abatement in Boston is more common than you may have ever thought. For example, the schools in which we send our children to could be one of the biggest threats of asbestos […]