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Phase I, II, and III Environmental Site Assessments (ESA's)
Soil and Groundwater Investigations for Superfund and RCRA Sites
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Underground Storage Tank (UST) Assessments and Remediation
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Asbestos Inspections, Management and Abatement
Hazardous Waste Stream Characterization and Management
Jurisdictional Water Assessments
Wetland Delineation, Aquatic and Terrestrial Biological Studies
Stream/Wetland Restoration Services
Sinkhole Evaluations
Cultural Resource Studies
Demolition
Stormwater Management
Grant Administration


Demolition

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) - Division of Air Pollution Control (DAPC) regulations require that a Tennessee-licensed asbestos inspector be present at demolition activities to assure that no previously undiscovered asbestos-containing material (ACM) is being disturbed.

DAPC regulations require that every commercial or industrial building or residential dwelling facility with more than four residences in the state that are scheduled for demolition or renovation be inspected by Tennessee licensed asbestos inspector prior to demolition.  Any regulated ACM in the building must be removed by a licensed asbestos abatement contractor prior to demolition or renovation.

Griggs & Maloney is a licensed asbestos firm having licensed asbestos inspectors.  Griggs & Maloney offers "turn-key" demolition services in which we handle inspection demolition and debris disposal.  Our licensed inspectors can also observe your demolition or renovation activities in compliance with these regulations.




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