The presence of polychlorinated biphenyl’s (PCBs) in building-related materials, such as caulking and paints, is an emerging environmental health issue with wide-ranging implications for all facilities, particularly schools and education facilities. PCB contamination is an issue which can quickly become expensive, time-consuming, and hazardous to the public health. Moreover, ambiguity around the detection and removal process leaves facility managers and property owners unsure as to how to manage potential building material contamination.
Triumvirate Environmental has helped clients resolve PCB contamination problems for many years, through policy and strategy development, testing programs, project management, and remediation. Our teams provide complete PCB remediation services for both building materials and soil.
Triumvirate works with federal and state institutions, as well as property developers and owners, to manage the environmental risk that polychlorinated biphenyl’s pose to their operations and people. Our diverse service offering around PCB’s joins our field service team and our technical services team to complete one project, decreasing costs, maintaining project continuity, and expediting contamination cleanup. We have helped many organizations including schools, universities, hospitals, and property owners deal with their PCB management issues while communicating on their behalf with the public in a clear and confident manner.
PCB Testing, Removal & Remediation Capabilities:
- PCB Assessments
- PCB Remediation Plan Development
- PCB Removal & Disposal
- Decontamination & Cleaning
- Risk-Based & Performance-Based Disposal
- Removal & Disposal of PCB Contaminated Transformers
- Remediation of Brick, Concrete, Caulking & Adhesives
- Surface Wipe & Air Sampling
- Building Renovation & Demolition Support
- Caulking Abatement & Window Removal
- Ballast & Light Disposal & Replacement
- Soil Remediation
- Substrate Removal & Encapsulation
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