The Hazardous Materials Program is responsible for the removal, transportation, segregation, consolidation and storage of potentially hazardous materials and chemicals in compliance with state and federal regulations.
We handle a vast array of hazardous materials and specialize in dealing with asbestos, lead, mercury contaminated material, and PCB containing caulk.
Call us to schedule a consultation. We provide multiple solutions to environmental issues and will interpret Minnesota Department of Health, Occupational Safety and Health, and Minnesota Pollution Control regulations.
Examples of our projects include:
- Asbestos and lead training for approximately 450-500 University employees each year.
- Air monitoring and bulk sampling for asbestos, lead, mercury, and PCB caulking to maintain required records.
- Management services for abatement projects. Our group assists with design, budgeting, bidding and management of the environmental project.
- Providing trained personnel for sterilization of the University's BSL-3 labs using vaporized hydrogen peroxide (VHP).