Arkansas Hazardous Material Abatement

ARC offers Arkansas hazardous material abatement services from our Louisiana office. We have seven other offices that serve other regions of the United States — Dallas, Austin, Houston, Waco, Denver, Grand Junction and Tampa.

Asbestos Abatement — Our trademark service. We have completed more than 12-million man-hours of asbestos abatement/scaffolding work since 1990. We assure minimal disruption to occupied facilities.

Mold Remediation — More than 440,000 hours expanding 1,200 projects cleaning mold-contaminated facilities. Our techniques prevent further contamination. We respond on a 24-hour basis and offer mold testing.

Lead Abatement — Using state-of-the-art techniques, ARC has completed numerous lead and lead-based paint projects.  We follow the Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) guidelines.

Remediation, Stabilization, Reclamation — This division of ARC, Lone Wolf Resources, offers environmental remediation, construction and recycling company, specializing in the treatment and recycling of impacted soils, sediments and groundwater.

Safety First

Credit for our exceptional compliance record goes to the training that our crews and employees are mandated to complete. During a hazardous material abatement project safety is our first priority for clients, the public, the environment and our employees.

Arkansas Hazardous Material AbatementRead case studies about our hazardous material abatement work on the Magnolia Ballroom Makeover, Austin Community College, Progressive Pipeline asbestos removal and LSU Hospital Boiler Abatement.

Engineering News-Record’s ranked us 8th in its Top 20 Asbestos Firm 2020 report. “COVID has slowed our total volume by 15%,” said Ron Daniel, founder and CEO of ARC Abatement. “However, with the extra steps of ARC’s COVID safety guidelines, this has been a positive effect on our employees and clients.”

In early March 2020, ARC launched a facility disinfecting service ranging from a customized, comprehensive COVID-19 proactive program to actual cleaning high-touch surfaces. The new service generated hundreds of projects.

With ARC’s expansion in 28-plus states, Daniel believes that company growth will remain strong in 2021, with revenues expected to reach $45M. ARC also will expand next year with new offices in Florida and Utah. Read the press release.

Arkansas Hazardous Material Abatement Resources

United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

EPA: Asbestos Information

EPA:  Mold Information

EPA: Lead Information

Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry

Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) lead guidelines

Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) regulations on asbestos

Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Alabama Department of Environmental Management

Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality

Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality

Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment on asbestos

Texas Asbestos Health Protection Rules (TAHPR)

Louisiana’s Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) regulations on asbestos