Asbestos / Lead

Due to its strength and insulation ability, asbestos has been incorporated into more than 3600 commercial products and used extensively in the construction industry. Now that the hazardous effects of asbestos are known, proper precautions must be taken when demolishing structures to first determine its presence and then properly dispose of it.

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Anderson Environmental Co. has conducted thousands of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments for our clients including local and national financial institutions, real estate developers, government entities, property owners, business owners and others. Click the button below to lean how Anderson Environmental Co. can help you with your next real estate transaction.

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Anderson Environmental Co. is experienced in obtaining IEPA air, water and land permits for our clients. Our client base includessand and gravel quarries, asphalt plants, furniture manufacturers, land developers coating companies and business owners representing numerous other industries. Click the "Lean More" button below to see how Anderson can help you get the permit you need to successfully operate your business and stay in compliance with environmental laws and regulations.

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Soil / Groundwater

Anderson Environmental Co. is experienced in performing soil and groundwater investigations to determine if your site has been impacted by an environmental release or to give you the peace of mind that your site is clean. Anderson Environmental Co. also offers environmental and geotechnical drilling services through our sister company, Soil Essentials (add a link to Soil Essentials). Click the button below to learn more about solid and groundwater investigations.

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Clean construction or demolition debris (CCDD) is uncontaminated broken concrete without protruding metal bars, bricks, rock or stone. Reclaimed asphalt pavement generated from construction or demolition activities can also be considered CCDD. When uncontaminated soil is mixed with any of these materials, the uncontaminated soil is also considered CCDD. Click the button below to lean more about how Anderson Environmental Co. can help you determine if you have CCDD, and if you do, how to manage that material.

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