Yannuzzi Environmental Services is a licensed asbestos remediation contractor in the following states: New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware and Maryland.
Asbestos has been used since ancient times, and has many good qualities such as fireproofing and sound absorption. Unfortunately, these benefits come at a severe cost, and asbestos has caused many deaths due to lung cancer, mesothelioma and other health complications. For this reason, the use of asbestos in the US has been effectively prohibited, and buildings that contain asbestos are frequently renovated to safely remove the mineral and eliminate the risk of airborne particles causing a serious health and safety hazard. Typical asbestos-containing products that are removed from building sites include thermal system insulation, boilers, ductwork, roofing, flashing, caulking, floor tiles and transite panels.
The process of removing asbestos from a site is the most dangerous part of making the building safe for its inhabitants. First the site is tested to determine the location and extent of the asbestos contamination. As ethical and professional providers of asbestos abatement services, we use a third party to test and analyze the risk.
Yannuzzi Environmental Services is an experienced provider of asbestos abatement services, and has performed asbestos removal services for many industrial, commercial and residential clients. We will ensure that the work area is effectively sealed off with film and that negative air pressure is maintained so that asbestos fibers will not escape into the surrounding environment. We use specialized asbestos containment vacuums that capture and trap asbestos that has been released into the air or has fallen on the floor during removal. The hazardous asbestos is then sealed and removed from the site for proper disposal.
The environmental remediation team at Yannuzzi Environmental Services holds asbestos abatement licenses in many states, and are Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (HAZWOPER) trained and OSHA compliant.