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Soil Testing, Asbestos Inspection & Lead Paint Assessment Services

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EPA Accredited Asbestos Building Inspector
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Asbestos-Containing Building Materials (ACBM)
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Lead-Based Paint Inspections

The additional services Paul Sakson Environmental provides include:

Soil Testing

Soil Testing

Soil contaminants are often present on the surface, posing a risk to anyone coming in contact with it or exposed. Examples include pesticides applied statewide at former farmland, historic fill primarily in northeast New Jersey, and any areas of spills and discharges. SAKSON is an expert at researching these sites and collecting samples to assess risk in child care center play areas, residences, and other critical sites.

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Asbestos Removal
Asbestos Testing

Asbestos Inspections

Asbestos was widely used for electrical and building insulation due to its durability and fire resistance, especially between 1930-1970s. When asbestos-containing materials are damaged, asbestos fibers can be released into the air, presenting many established health risks to building occupants or workers from exposure or inhalation. Although asbestos use as a construction material largely ceased in the early 1980s, it remains prevalent in many residences and buildings.

Because of this, numerous federal, state, and local regulations control the creation, installment, monitoring, and removal of asbestos-containing materials. SAKSON employs an EPA Accredited Asbestos Building Inspector to assess the potential for Asbestos Containing Building Materials (ACBM) in child care centers, schools, residences, and commercial properties.

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Lead Paint Assessments

The use of lead paint was largely phased out in the late 1970s, although it still presents a health risk, especially when it’s disturbed or is present in dust. Together with our N.J. licensed partner company, SAKSON assesses the risk for lead paint to comply with regulatory requirements for child care centers, residences, and other commercial properties.

Lead-based paint inspections determine the presence of lead-based paint. A risk assessment is an on-site investigation to determine the presence, type, severity, and location of lead-based paint hazards (including lead hazards in paint, dust, and soil) and provides suggested ways to control them.

Lead-based paint inspection and testing are very commonly required as part of due diligence for multifamily and commercial real estate transactions, as well as prior to demolition or renovation of buildings, particularly buildings constructed prior to 1978 because they are at a much higher risk of containing lead.

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Contact Us Today To Discuss Your Project With One of Our Environmental Professionals

Our Testimonials

It was a pleasure working with you to fulfill our state environmental reports. Your prompt attention to all our needs was greatly appreciated. I knew we were in good hands with a true professional from the first time we met. Your reports were detailed and professional. We were thrilled at our results and thank you for the time and effort you put forth to make our facility pass the state inspection. I would have no hesitation recommending your services to anyone. You can count on our support for a fine recommendation.

Brick Township center

It was a pleasure dealing with Paul Sakson Environmental. I found them to be thorough professionals who knew what they were dealing with and presented a well thought out plan. Their consulting was invaluable and the work done was very detailed and within the time frame he had advised. I gladly recommend them.

North Brunswick center

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