Facility Decommissioning

3D EnviroLogics has developed effective procedures for decontaminating common laboratory and industrial hazards, such as mercury.  Methodologies for safely phasing the decontamination of toxic chemicals, biological pathogens, and mixed wastes into abatement activities involving hazardous building components (e.g., asbestos, lead paints, and PCBs) during decommissioning were developed in conjunction with the National Institutes of Health and published by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI/AIHA Z9.211 2008).

Benefits of Decommissioning:

  • Mercury spill decontamination
  • Removal of mercury containing devises before demolition
  • Avoidance of unacceptable contractor exposures insures hazardous waste is properly identified, managed and disposed of
  • Reduce emissions of persistent bioaccumulative toxins in the environment
  • Assurance of future indoor air quality.