Violating Clean Air Act in Massachusetts can be Costly

Exposure to asbestos can be dangerous and violating Clean Air Act can be costly, thus it’s imperative that when you suspect asbestos is present in your home or business that you contact a company who can appropriately identify and remove the substance while following proper and legal procedures.

Violating Clean Air Act is dangerous hire a professionalIn Massachusetts, those who are performing asbestos-related work must be licensed and certified as asbestos abatement contractors. At Banner Environmental, we not only meet these qualifications, but are responsive to our customers’ needs, whether it’s a residential or commercial project, or specific to institutions such as hospitals, schools, etc.

Removing asbestos without meeting the above criteria can be costly, as illustrated in a recent article from Legal NewsLine, whereby a Massachusetts-based contractor was fined $60,000 for failing to follow proper procedures for removing asbestos. Read the full article here.

With costly stakes, if you are unsure or suspect the presence of asbestos, act quickly to avoid penalties and fines. We provide free estimates. Simply call 866.934.2374 or e-mail [email protected].

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