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  Hazardous Materials Surveys

A Hazardous Materials Survey is a comprehensive survey to identify all hazardous materials at a Property that may fall under local, state or federal regulation. Hazardous Materials Surveys are particularly important during demolition or remodeling of a building.

  Scope of a Typical Hazardous Materials Survey:

A Hazardous Materials Survey includes any material whose method of testing, removal/abatement, or disposal may be regulated by local, state or federal regulations and may include:

Asbestos-Containing Materials (ACM);

Lead-Based Paint (LBP) or Lead-Containing Paint (LCP);

PolyChlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) in transformer oil;

Lighting ballasts;

Mercury switches;

Generator backup batteries;

Freon coolants;

Residual containerized supplies;

Sampling of surficial soils due to evidence of chemical releases, and

Other regulated waste materials such as universal waste / fluorescent light bars, rechargeable batteries, or other materials.

How much does a Hazardous Materials Survey cost ?

The cost to a Hazardous Materials Survey is based on the size of the buildings) on a Property.

Please contact us by phone at 207-838-3168 to speak with a knowledgeable member of our team.

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