Professional Meth Lab Cleanup for Lynchburg, VA, Property Owners

You may not know it, but you could be living in or near the site of a former meth lab. Cleanup of Lynchburg, VA, properties directly and indirectly affected by hazardous chemical residues while essential, is dangerous and requires a team of specially-trained, licensed, and certified environmental specialist like those at Envirotex Environmental Services.

The pros at Envirotex are compliant with the Virginia Department of Health Services, OSHA, and other existing regulatory agencies to perform state-of-the-art meth lab cleanup for Lynchburg, VA, clients. Envirotex also offers Methamphetamine Testing by GC/MS to compliment our robust menu of environmental services to help you keep your environment healthy and safe.

Meth lab cleanup in Lynchburg, VA, is an expensive, dirty, toxic endeavor that should only be performed by highly-trained, well-equipped environmental technicians. The highly-experienced Envirotex team works in partnership with federal, state, and local agencies, utilizing sophisticated safety, detection, testing, and remediation technologies, to bring environmental indicator levels back to EPA accepted standards so you can breathe easy.

While many insurance policies do not cover the expense of meth lab cleanup, Lynchburg, VA, property owners can trust the services of Envirotex to restore their home or business to health following discovery of a meth-lab.  The incentive is clear – for every pound of meth produced, five to seven pounds of chemical waste remains. Those residues can cause health problems, ranging from breathing issues, skin irritation, and headaches, to nausea and dizziness. Over the long-term studies show people living with exposure to meth lab residue can develop liver and kidney damage, neurological problems, and an increased risk of cancer.

There is new legislation regarding the disclosure of meth lab cleanup in Lynchburg, VA. Virginia landlords are now required to tell prospective tenants whether their rental unit was previously used to manufacture methamphetamine, as well as whether the space has been professionally cleaned by a qualified contractor to meet state standards.

To learn more about meth lab cleanup in Lynchburg, VA, contact the highly-qualified meth lab specialists at Envirotex Environmental Services today.

Regulations Behind Asbestos Removal in Washington, D.C.

Asbestos removal in Washington, D.C. is strictly regulated and can only be performed by specially-trained, licensed, and accredited environmental professionals. With over fifteen years of exceptional experience in asbestos removal in Washington, D.C. and Virginia, Envirotex Environmental Services is a highly-regarded provider of inspection, testing, analysis, abatement and removal of highly toxic asbestos-laden construction and other materials.

Asbestos licensing, permitting, and oversight is managed through the District Department of the Environment (DDoE). All property owners in the District of Columbia and providers of asbestos removal in Washington, D.C., must comply with the requirements of the Asbestos Licensing and Control Act of 1990, effective May 1, 1990 (D.C. Law 8-116; D.C. Code § 6-991 et seq.), as amended. Washington, D.C. follows asbestos removal standards published by the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP).

This regulation mandates that any asbestos areas larger than 160 square feet or 260 linear feet must be removed by a licensed professional, such as Envirotex. Asbestos flooring larger than 18 square feet requires a 10-day notification. The NESHAP notification form must be sent to the Air Quality Division of the D.C. Department of Health’s Environmental Health Administration. Projects smaller than NESHAP specifications do not require a 10-day notice or a permit.  In either case all OSHA worker protection standards apply along with federal EPA regulations on asbestos removal in Washington, D.C.

When you need asbestos removal you need a meticulous, well-trained, seasoned professional with appropriate coursework and training, valid licensing and up-to-date credentials. When you need asbestos removal in Washington, D.C., you need the trusted asbestos professionals at Envirotex.