Mold, Asbestos, Lead & Meth Lab Remediation
Titan Environmental Services, Inc. (TES) is a full service environmental consulting, testing and contracting company providing a wide range of environmental management and inspection services for Asbestos, Lead-Based Paint, Mold and Suspected Meth Labs. We are based in Kansas City, Missouri and serve the entire Midwest region. From Minneapolis to Omaha to St. Louis to Wichita and Little Rock; we would greatly appreciate the opportunity to assist you with any environmental management and/or regulatory compliance issues facing your existing and future projects. Call Titan today.
Lead-Based Paint Abatement and Stabilization
Titan Environmental Services is an EPA accredited Abatement and Lead-Safe Renovation Firm providing nationwide lead-based paint (LBP) abatement, lead-based paint stabilization and soil remediation services. Every project is performed in strict accordance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations. Titan’s mission is to ensure the health and safety of every client, employee, building occupant and resident and to preserve their environment. Our team of experienced industry professionals has a proven track record of solving lead hazard problems for Property Owners and Management firms, 203(k) FHA Mortgage Banks, Facility Managers, Community Development Corporations, HUD Asset Managers, Prime General Contractors, Commercial Real Estate Developers and Military Installations including Veteran’s Hospitals.
Mold Remediation and Removal
TES understands that indoor air quality is becoming a top priority for home owners and building occupants throughout their homes and work places. Indoor air quality problems and mold growth can be caused by poor ventilation, roof and window system failure, flooding, plumbing leaks, and/or improperly running mechanical systems. Titan provides complete mold remediation services for residential properties, hotels/resorts, apartment complexes, hospitals, schools, and assisted living centers. TES project managers can provide an effective plan for the remediation or decontamination of any size or type of home or building. Abating affected building materials, in conjunction with the corrective actions associated with moisture intrusion, is the goal in any mold abatement activity. The extent of removal, the work practices used, worker protection, and the cleanup procedures are strategies that must be developed, call Titan for a free estimate today.
Asbestos Consulting and Testing Services
TES offers Asbestos Inspections for industrial, commercial and residential properties performed in strict compliance with all applicable local, state and EPA guidelines and regulations. Our inspection reports include the quantity, location, condition and type of asbestos-containing material, detailed recommendations, sample and material location drawings, and cost estimates. TES can produce comprehensive Operations & Maintenance programs for your facility needed to comply with applicable EPA and OSHA regulations. In the event planned renovation will impact asbestos containing materials (ACM) at your facility or project site, Titan can produce technical project design specifications with ACM location drawings; solicit competitive bids from qualified contractors and manage the project from start to finish. During the abatement phase of the project, we can provide full time regulatory oversight, PCM (phase contrast microscopy) air monitoring and on-site laboratory analysis services. TES has a strict laboratory quality assurance program with all field analysts listed on the Asbestos Analysts Registry (AAR) accredited through the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA).
Other services provided would include Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments, Industrial Wastewater Consulting and Permitting, Indoor Air Quality Testing and Environmental Health & Safety Program Development and Management.
Don’t hesitate to call us today if we can assist you with any environmental testing, training, abatement or remediation project.
The answer, in many cases is, YES! If you have young kids, it’s important to find out whether there’s any risk that they might be exposed to lead, especially if you live in an older home. Long-term exposure to lead, a naturally occurring metal used in everything from construction materials to batteries, can cause serious [...]