Hazardous Material Removal
Chemicals are everywhere and must be disposed of properly and safely to protect you, your family, students, colleagues, and the environment. Many dangerous products include regulated building materials such as mercury light switches, ballasts, bulbs, thermostats, and PCBs. The EPA considers household items that can catch fire, explode, or are corrosive to be hazardous household waste. This may include paint, pesticides, or cleaners. Specific procedures should be followed to identify, collect, and properly dispose of these hazards correctly.
Risk Removal professionals are trained and certified to handle hazardous household items and regulated building materials that may cause harm. We follow all EPA, CDC, and OSHA rules and regulations to assess, contain, and dispose of the materials correctly so you can be assured that your environment is free of such dangers.