The air inside your building may be more polluted than the air outside. What's in the air you breathe every day?
Many industrial, school, commercial and residential buildings have the potential to expose toxic chemicals that may a hazard to many individuals health. Exposure to radon, carbon monoxide, smoke/soot, or particles from furnaces and wood-burning fireplaces are some chemical substances that may cause human health risk issues. Even low concentrations of these can irritate your eyes, nose and throat; cause headaches, loss of coordination and nausea; and can damage the liver, kidneys and the central nervous system. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reports that indoor levels of many pollutants may be 25 to 100 times higher than outdoor levels.
How Titan Environmental Handles Indoor Air Quality.
All our projects are under the supervision of a Certified Industrial Hygienist. Our customized indoor air-quality investigations will determine the root causes of your specific air-quality problem. We will provide a detailed report with recommendations on how to resolve your specific issues. Once remediation is completed, we can verify that the situation was successfully resolved.
Environmental Due Diligence
Titan Environmental are also committed in meeting the needs of realtors and lenders. We have a thorough understanding of environmental laws to help those who inquire an environmental due diligence. Environmental due diligence is a critical component of any property transaction where potential environmental risks are a concern—minimize risks and protect yourself from liability. This assessment is a broad framework of potential environmental liability imposed by state and federal regulations on parties involved in commercial real estate deals. Titan Environmental performs all Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments in accordance to ASTM Standard 1527-2005.
How Titan Environmental Handles Environmental Due Diligence for Phase I & Phase II Environmental Site Assessment
- Conduct a site inspection
- Review of the historical resources including historical aerial photographs, building permits, planning records, topographical maps, and other resources
- Document all interviews and reviews with tenants, owners, state and local agencies
- Provide soil, groundwater or building materials to analyze for quantitative values of various contaminates
- Provide a full documented report with the research findings, conclusions, and recommendations
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