February2016


Lead and Asbestos removed from a Dallas building under construction

Posted on February 25th, by Kate Farmer in Blog. Comments Off on Lead and Asbestos removed from a Dallas building under construction

Lead and Asbestos removed from a Dallas building under construction. The Dallas building began the renovation process which included the asbestos and lead testing. Following the testing,  action was required to remove lead and asbestos.  This oversight was conducted by Farmer Environmental Group’s licensed asbestos inspector, Glen Walker. The scaffolding has been erected for workers to use chemicals and pneumatic needle guns, to remove lead based paint from the frames. The asbestos window caulking has also been removed as part of the renovations.

 



Asbestos Abatement Completion

Posted on February 15th, by Kate Farmer in Projects. Comments Off on Asbestos Abatement Completion

Asbestos Abatement Completion: After the Farmer Environmental Group State Accredited Air Monitoring Specialist has completed a final visual inspection of the containment, which consists of verifying that all the asbestos containing material to be impacted has been removed, there is no dust or debris left in containment and this is checked with a visual inspection of the entire containment and a wipe down tests in various areas of the containment. Once this final visual is to the cleanliness of the Air Monitoring Specialist, the abatement workers clean and remove last of the equipment needed for final visual inspection and proceed to shower out of containment. Farmer State Accredited Air Monitoring Specialist will then proceed to set, pre-calibrate air sampling equipment, set box fans and perform leaf blowing of the entire containment. Once these procedures have been completed the … Read More »