PCB Testing & Remediation

PCB Contamination: A Serious Health Issue

The presence of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in building-related materials, such as caulking and paints, is an environmental health issue with wide-ranging implications for facilities, particularly schools and education facilities. PCB contamination can quickly become expensive, time-consuming, and hazardous to public health. Ambiguity around PCB testing, detection, and removal processes leaves facility managers and property owners unsure of how to manage potential PCB contamination.

Experienced Partner To Help You Navigate PCB Testing, Removal & Remediation

Triumvirate helps, schools, hospitals, facility managers, and property owners understand and resolve PCB contamination. Our PCB experts provide PCB testing, project management, removal, and remediation services for building materials and soil.

PCB Testing, Removal & Remediation Capabilities

  • PCB Testing & Sampling
  • PCB Risk Assessments
  • PCB Remediation Plans
  • PCB Removal & Disposal
  • PCB Decontamination
  • Risk-Based PCB 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
  • Soil Remediation
  • Substrate Removal & Encapsulation
  • TSCA Regulations

Typical Areas Where PCB Contamination Is Found

  • Brick & Concrete Caulking & Grout
  • Adhesives & Mastic
  • Soil Exposed to PCBs
  • Window Glazing
  • Transformers
  • Capacitors
  • Thermal Insulation (Foam & Felt)
  • PVC Coatings for Electrical Wire
  • Hydraulic Fluids
  • Oil-Based Paints
  • Fluorescent Light Ballasts
  • Lubricating & Cutting Oils
  • Floor Finishes
  • Fire Retardants
  • Inks & Dyes
  • Buildings Built 1950-1979

We Help You Assess and Manage PCB Contamination Risk

Triumvirate works with federal and state institutions, colleges, universities, property developers, and property owners to understand and manage the risks that polychlorinated biphenyl contamination pose to their operations and people. Our PCB specialists have years of experience helping clients understand their risks, assess potential PCB contamination, and remediate PCB-contaminated areas when necessary. We’re here to help with tips on assessing potential PCB contamination or full service PCB project management.

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