Commercial Asbestos Services (South Carolina)

Owners and managers of commercial structures are mandated by the EPA and OSHA to control asbestos-containing materials in buildings.  The EPA also regulates asbestos-containing materials in schools.

Environmental1 has over 30 years of experience helping businesses and schools achieve and maintain state and federal asbestos compliance.   Whether you need a survey or air quality monitoring, or you are interested in updating your compliance documentation, you can count on us.  Our turnkey approach uses proven standards, leveraged by cutting edge technology to ensure precise and quick results.  We are committed to making your commercial environment clean and safe.  


Residential Asbestos Services (South Carolina)

Homeowners that live in structures built before 1980 are very likely to have asbestos-containing building materials.  Common materials containing asbestos are textured ceilings (popcorn), plaster, roofing materials, drywall compound, floor tiles, and insulators used in HVAC systems.  Though the U.S. banned the use of asbestos in building materials after 1980, asbestos is still being used in some imported building materials today. 


Before taking on home improvement projects or renovation work, it is important to consider the presence of asbestos-containing building materials.  Such materials, when disturbed, may release asbestos particles into the air where they could be inhaled.  Homeowners should take the proper measures to plan improvement projects with consideration to asbestos.  When applicable, always hire licensed contractors that are qualified for the job.  If you believe there may be a chance of finding asbestos in your home, please reach out to us.  Environmental1 has the expertise to test for asbestos-containing materials in your home.   

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