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Hazardous Waste Management

Waste Management, with its associated regulatory issues, is an important part of any environmental project. We strive to properly identify, characterize, and minimize waste streams.

Who Should You Trust For Hazardous Waste Removal?

Our personnel are thoroughly knowledgeable in the complex regulations that apply to any situation involving hazardous Our waste managers are trained in RCRA, TSCA and D.O.T. regulations and industry processes.

BELFOR Environmental has preferred agreements with a variety of treatment and disposal firms to:

  • Provide Cost-Effective Alternatives for Waste Disposal Needs
  • Show No Bias Selecting Final Disposal Facilities

BELFOR Environmental will select the most appropriate facilities for final disposal based on:

  • Service
  • Compliance
  • Price
  • Client Preference

Our transparent and unbiased selection process ensures each waste stream is managed and results in the best total project value for our clients.

Parker, Colorado

Construction on a residence ceased and the building sat idle for several years. During this time, pigeons were able to nest within the residence and create a nuisance health hazard. Pigeon guano was found on most horizontal surfaces and hard to reach locations.

BELFOR Environmental was responsible for cleaning all surfaces for biological contaminants. Services included:

  • Installation of critical barriers
  • Establishment of negative pressure
  • Construction of a decontamination area with a clean room, shower and equipment room
  • Abatement
  • Final visual inspection by a third-party Industrial Hygienist
  • Final clearance testing by a third-party Industrial Hygienist
  • Encapsulation of the residence after the clearance testing passed
  • Tear down and demobilization

The objectives of the project were to:

  1. Maintain the integrity of the building to prevent the migration of additional birds and other rodents from entering the residence;
  2. Prior to removal, all materials to be removed were wet down with a water and bleach solution (1:10) mixture to minimize any airborne dust potentially containing any vector borne organisms;
  3. Remove and properly dispose of all impacted materials;
  4. Obtain final clearance for biological hazards.