Asbestos Mold Abatement


The use of asbestos in building construction has a long and varied history. It has historically been used in the manufacture of concrete, roofing material, wallboard, insulation, floor tile, joint compounds, and adhesives. Health hazards associated with asbestos exposure are well documented and abatement is often a requirement, prior to building renovation and/or demolition. Exposure to asbestos is regulated by OSHA in construction, alteration, repair, maintenance, renovation or demolition of structures; and by individual states to protect the health and safety of the general public and persons engaged in abatement.

GREEN provides asbestos services to both private and public sector clients in the greater Boston area and throughout New England. Our asbestos services include assessment and survey work, licensed remediation, and abatement monitoring services. Our services range from assessments to support minor building renovations, to full-scale abatement to support industrial facility demolition. These services are performed by our in-house staff affording us the ability to complete projects in a more time and cost effective manner than our competitors.

Licensed Asbestos Inspectors (MA, NH, ME & RI)

Licensed Asbestos Abatement Contractor (MA, NH & RI)

Independent Project Monitor Services


Asbestos Mold Abatement MA NH
Molds produce allergens, irritants, and in some cases, potentially toxic substances. In order for mold to grow indoors there must be mold spores present, a conducive temperature rage, a nutrient source and water. Wet or damp construction cavities, attics and plenums are a major source of mold. GREEN provides full scale mold evaluation and remediation services. GREEN routinely inspects commercial properties for the presence of mold. Our investigative services include source evaluation, indoor air quality testing, percent moisture measurements of building substrates, and surface sampling. The purpose of mold remediation is to remove the mold to prevent human exposure and damage to building materials and furnishings. GREEN conducts mold remediation in accordance with EPA's Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings guidelines and employs various forms of remediation depending upon the type of material affected. These methods often include, wet vacuum, damp wipe, HEPA vacuum and/or removal of building materials.