The challenge as we see it
Lab and equipment decontamination is an important step to keeping facilities safe — whether it’s decontaminating in anticipation of a real estate transaction or the decontamination is mandated through a RCRA closure of a hazardous waste storage area.
Our differentiated value
We provide lab and equipment decontamination services for any size job, from one piece of equipment to a complete facility. Our team of specialists determines the technique most suitable for the type of contamination and completes the job as quickly as possible. Depending on the situation, the techniques may rely primarily on manual labor or may require sophisticated equipment with specialized training.
Our equipment decontamination solutions are designed to fit your specific needs and can serve for a wide range of items, including:
- Chemical tanks
- Hazardous waste storage areas
- High voltage transformer vaults
- Individual equipment
- PCB transformers
- Plating tank lines
- Transformer pads
Our solutions for lab & equipment decontamination
Our services are customized to your particular needs. We provide a decontamination solution that meets whatever requirements the situation demands and complies with all applicable regulations. We use the proper equipment and apply the correct techniques to complete the decontamination process expeditiously and final sampling is provided.
Our equipment decontamination services include:
- Bleach solutions
- Chemical cleaning
- HEPA negative air machines
- High efficiency particulate air filter vacuums
- Pressure washing
- Solvent washing
- Steel cutting
- Triple wash and rinse
- Vapor degreasing
Benefits for our customers
Wide range of services
Custom, specialized techniques
Standards to meet regulatory compliance
Our lab & equipment decontamination solutions help meet regulatory requirements
Closing hazardous waste storage areas in particular may be subject to regulation under the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Other regulations, such as the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) or the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), may apply.