Asbestos Contractors

Asbestos Contractors

We have begun to compile a nationwide asbestos services directory to assist you in locating companies and contractors that specialize in asbestos testing, asbestos removal, and asbestos consulting. Often, if not conducted properly, individuals responsible for removal and cleanup of asbestos are exposed to harmful asbestos fibers and are at risk for developing mesothelioma. This cancer typically has a poor prognosis with a short survival rate. In order to help you determine which type of company is best suited to meet your specific needs, we have provided a brief description of the service(s) that each type of company performs.

  • Asbestos Testing Companies - To determine if asbestos contamination is present these licensed companies perform on site asbestos inspections and asbestos testing.

  • Asbestos Removal Companies - When asbestos removal is required, certified asbestos abatement professionals are licensed to remove asbestos according to government regulations and guidelines.

  • Asbestos Consulting Firms - Environmental consultants perform a variety of services to manage air quality in locations where asbestos containing materials may be of concern including asbestos surveys, operations and maintenance programs and asbestos abatement contract administration.

Find an Asbestos Service Contractor Near You

To contact a company for information on one or more of these asbestos services please select a service from the drop down box below and enter your city and state or zip code in the Location field.



e.g. “New York, NY” or “10017”



Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance Blog

FEATURING:


May 26, 2016
Staff

Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act Takes One Step Closer to Giving EPA Power to Ban Asbestos

“One year ago today, Rep. John Shimkus (R-IL), along with three co-sponsors, introduced a bill to update the decades-old federal law that governs toxic chemicals – including asbestos. Just two days ago, that bill jumped over a major hurdle with the passage of an amendment that incorporates a number of changes suggested by the Senate. Now, it returns to the Senate for a final vote before, hopefully, being sent to President Obama to be signed into law.”