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Industrial Hygiene

PM Environmental offers comprehensive asbestos, lead paint and hazardous materials assessment and management programs for renovation and demolition projects, including surveys in residential, industrial, commercial, institutional and municipal buildings.

Our industrial hygiene consultants maintain professional certifications including Certified Hazardous Materials Managers (CHMMs), Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIHs), Professional Engineers (PEs), and Licensed Asbestos (Inspectors, Management Planners, Project Designers, Contractor Supervisors), and Lead Inspectors and Risk Assessors.

PM Environmental’s industrial hygiene consultants are experienced in preparing bid specifications, removal scopes of work and remediation work plans, as well as providing oversight and indoor air quality (IAQ) monitoring throughout the duration of a project.

Our extensive industry experience and best management practices, coupled with our understanding of current state and federal regulations make us a top choice in handling our clients industrial hygiene management needs on projects of all sizes.

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