Nebraska Hazardous Material Abatement

ARC offers the following services in Western Nebraska including North Platte, Ogallala, Sidney, Kimball, Chappell, Grant, Imperial:

Asbestos Abatement — Our trademark service.  An estimated two million employees in the construction and general industry face significant asbestos exposure on the job. The heaviest exposure occurs in the construction industry, particularly during the removal of asbestos during renovation or demolition. ARC Abatement can assist in the proper removal of asbestos before a renovation or demolition project.  With nearly 30 years of experience, our team is fully licensed and accredited to perform any size asbestos abatement, from private establishments to large industrial and government facilities. We have completed more than 12 million man-hours of asbestos abatement and scaffolding work since 1990. We assure minimal disruption to occupied facilities.

Mold Remediation — More than 400,000 hours expanding more than 1,000 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.

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.  Read case studies about our hazardous material abatement work on the Historic Magnolia Ballroom Abatement (Houston), Austin Community College-Rio Vista Abatement, Mastic Removal for Progressive Pipeline, and LSU Hospital Boiler Project.

 

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ARC Abatement is the single source for industrial asbestos abatement including scaffolding for power plants, manufacturing facilities, and industrial and petrochemical companies. Our industrial division is headed up by ARC General Manager Warren Brown.

In 30+ years, we have logged more than 12,000,000 asbestos abatement and scaffolding man-hours. Many of our projects required creative scaffolding solutions in environments that require adaptability as well as safety for our personnel.  For small and large projects, ARC’s technicians are available to travel throughout the country and be ready to manage your project from start to finish. Our scaffolding equipment is owned by us, and it meets the industry’s ever-changing safety standards no matter how complex the project.

Our team is intimately aware of the unique asbestos removal safety aspects of each job. As a result, ARC has one of the best asbestos removal safety records in the industry. Our stellar .79 EMR ranking is something we are proud of and continually strive to maintain as part of our work ethic. Our ongoing, comprehensive asbestos removal safety program ranges from formal training to weekly sessions. Our extensive documentation ensures regulatory and liability issues are covered from beginning to end. We provide full insurance coverage to protect our clients. Our safety programs include but are not limited to Texas Asbestos Handler/Supervisor

  • OSHA 40 Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
  • Mold Remediation
  • IAQA Mold Remediation Training Course
  • Applied Microbial Remediation
  • Technician / Specialist Training
  • Project Management Training
  • Mold Remediation Training
  • Construction Failure Investigation
  • Remediation Safety Training
  • OSHA Standards 1910 and 1926
  • Hazard Communication
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Ladder and Scaffold Safety
  • Lock Out/Tag Out
  • Lead Awareness
  • On-Site Toolbox Talks
  • Site-Specific Safety
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

Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment on asbestos

Texas Asbestos Health Protection Rules (TAHPR)

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

For Nebraska hazardous material abatement, call ARC Abatement 800-495-4ARC.