Asbestos can be any of several minerals that separate into long, threadlike fibers. Because certain varieties do not burn and do not conduct heat or electricity, they were used for making fireproof materials, electrical insulation, roofing, filters, and much more. Asbestos Abatement is the process of removing this material.
Lead Abatement is the permanent elimination of a "lead-based paint hazard" The U.S. Government defines "lead-based paint" as any "paint, surface coating that contains lead equal to or exceeding one milligram per square centimetre (1.0 mg/cm2) or 0.5% by weight.
Soil contamination is either solid or liquid hazardous substances mixed with the naturally occurring soil. Usually, contaminants in the soil are physically or chemically attached to soil particles, or, if they are not attached, are trapped in the small spaces between soil particles. Removal can be sometimes quite tricky, but this is where we come in to save the day.
Damage from mold? Remediation can be the most important part of the clean-up process. You must consider the contamination that may have occurred and you may just need some professionals to help clean up the mess. That is where we at Homeland Environmental comes in.
Growing awareness of the need to decrease greenhouse gas emissions and use less energy and other resources has led to heightened demand for green technologies and integrating sustainability into the site remediation process. Utilizing Green and Sustainable Remediation (GSR) approaches to the clean-up of a site allows for the careful evaluation of remedial actions to minimize their impact on the environment and surrounding community and to identify the optimal solution
Sustainable site development involves, whenever possible, the reuse of existing buildings and the preservation of the surrounding environment. As such, sustainable site development is the organizing principle for sustaining finite resources necessary to provide for the needs of future generations of life on the planet.
Selective or complete demolition may be required to remove contaminates or to stabilize your existing building. Demolition: All abandoned materials, equipment, equipment pads, piping, wiring, etc. that are located within or that pass through a project space shall be demolished and removed.