Thursday, 24 September 2015

Industrial Projects for Lead Paint Removal: Air Quality, Soil Migration Concerns

Industrial Projects for Lead Paint Removal: Air Quality, Soil Migration ConcernsFeeling pressure regarding air quality compliance or soil migration regulations? Demolition and industrial contractors run into many problems when removing lead paint on the projects.

Quick and Reasonable Solution for Lead Paint Removal

More often, demolition organizations are finding ECOBOND a secure, reasonable solution for industrial projects for lead paint removal. ECOBOND seals and treats charge and lead dust in lead-based paint, rendering it non-hazardous for disposal. (Interested in sizing up lead and lead dust particle sizes? See Engineering Toolbox's recently-updated chart.) Also, because it's a Paint-it-on Leave-it-on application, its use reduces project timelines so it helps families (and businesses) return to their properties sooner, and safer.

A growing number of demolition experts and project managers use ECOBOND within their lead paint removal projects. For one reason, it is a safe and accepted industry solution that's relatively simple to use. One other reason would it be complies with Resource Recovery and Conservation Act (RCRA) EPA requirements regarding lead airborne particulates. Obviously, compliance isn't optional - and it is down to the demolition company. Just before blasting with your containment system, treating items with ECOBOND solves several problems. This kind of treatment provides worker and vicinity residential safety, reduces airborne lead dust particulates and as well seals lead and lead paint dust, making it non-hazardous for disposal.

Before blasting or scraping, using ECOBOND helps to ensure Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procures (TCLP) will get together using EPA-approved test levels and techniques. (For further on EPA's TCLP requirements, begin to see the EPA's website.)

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