In June 1018, ARC’s industrial division began abating asbestos on six boilers at a former power plant in Ohio. The eight-figure project had more than 70 technicians working 40 hours a week for at least a year. During the first six months, ARC completed asbestos abatement on four of the six boilers. By the beginning of 2019, work on the fifth boiler was well underway. It was during this project that ARC invested in scaffolding, which was delivered to the site by three 18-wheelers. Cost savings, blending of crews, all-in-one service, smoothness of operation are only a few of the benefits of this unique combination of service/equipment. Throughout the project, the customer has praised ARC for being tidy. “Clean, clean, clean,” the owner said as he walked the site for an inspection early in 2019. ARC Industrial General Manager Warren Brown says housekeeping was a priority. Now completed, Brown feels 100% certain that when the demolition company takes over to bring down the structure, the air and dust left behind will be safe to breathe.