December2013


Our Story

Posted on December 16th, by Kate Farmer in Blog. Comments Off on Our Story

 

With Farmer Environmental Group’s twentieth year in business on the horizon, we realized there was an opportunity to share a little bit of our story.  Only a handful of the team member’s we have today were on the ground floor in the first few years.  A lot of where you are going in business is defined by where you have been; it’s important that our whole team (and even our clients) know that story.  Our culture is molded by our history and we are proud to share it.

 

 


Lead Inspection

Posted on December 4th, by Kate Farmer in Projects. Comments Off on Lead Inspection

Location: Galveston, TX
Project: Lead Inspection
Manager(s): Andy Sanchez and Ali Berezin

Farmer Environmental Group, LLC (“Farmer”) inspected the 600-foot vessel (the ‘Site’) located in Galveston, Texas for lead-based paint materials (LBP) on November 27, 2013.  Mr. Ralph Sanchez, an EPA-accredited and Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS) licensed (2070986) Lead Inspector/Risk Assessor with Farmer, conducted this inspection. Paint samples suspected to contain lead were analyzed from interior and exterior surfaces of the subject Site

In order to ensure a safe and healthy work environment, federal, state, and local regulations require that lead-based paint be identified and controlled. This inspection was used to determine only if exposed painted surfaces currently contain lead-based paint.