JM ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., is an EPA LEAD SAFE CERTIFIED FIRM
JM ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., removing asbestos infused lead paint using a media blaster at a Public Entity Utility site. The Asbestos Infused Lead Paint was originally used to strengthen the structure.
JM ENVIRONMENTAL, INC. SUPERVISORS and WORKERS have EPA LEAD CERTIFICATIONS
The EPA is a Federal Entity; The California Department of Public Health oversees and issues these Certifications. Nevada does not regulate Construction Worker Lead Safety. The EPA LEAD Certification includes a physical to confirm Supervisor's and Workers are physically fit. The CDPH Certification includes a blood test to confirm their blood is free from lead and zinc.
JM ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., SUPERVISORS and WORKERS also complete LEAD Renovator Certification Refresher Training. Lead-based paint is usually found in paint or a surface coating affixed to a component in or on a structure constructed prior to January 1, 1978. A Lead Hazard is defined as deteriorated lead-based paint, lead contaminated dust, lead contaminated soil, disturbing lead-based paint or presumed lead-based paint without containment, or any other nuisance which may result in persistent and quantifiable lead exposure.
U.S. DEPARTMENT of the INTERIOR BUREAU of RECLAMATION
JM ENVIRONMENTAL, INC., was contracted to perform Lead Abatement at the North Fork Penstock Pipeline in Folsom, CA to prepare for an inspection to bring the pipeline up to the current code and install three new manways. The project included removal of the existing coal tar enamel lining from the interior of the discharge line and cleaning and preparing the pipe surfaces for inspection and recoating work. Exterior pipe surface preparation included lead-based paint abatement to prepare for three new manways to be installed.