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.
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.