Category Archives: Facility Decontamination

spill cleanup or facility cleanup from fuel or chemical spill

How to Protect the Environment through Proper Management of Waste

Proper Waste Disposal

Did you know that the United States produces 12% of global municipal solid waste (MSW)? Yes, you read that right.  According to a 2017 study conducted by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the USA (population approximately 328.2 million) produced 258 million tonnes of MSW in 2017. While China, the most populous country globally […]

How COVID-19 is Affecting 5 Business Industries and How Coronavirus Remediation Can Help Them Stay Afloat

COVID-19 has changed the lives of almost, if not all, people in the United States. The virus has disrupted the operating systems of most businesses – cutting costs and personnel, plus changing their standard operating procedures. While businesses are staying resilient over this pandemic, I believe that we cannot return to our old ways probably within the next year. The best […]

Basic Information About PCBs

There are many chemicals that can cause health and environmental problems if mishandled or accidentally released and Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) are a family of chemicals that require special consideration.  PCBs have several qualities that made them ideal for use in a multitude of products but over the years, the toxicity and other dangers of PCBs […]

Why Blood Borne Pathogens Matter

Some of the greatest hazards are the ones that can’t be seen.  Blood borne pathogens are biological agents that can be present in blood and cause disease in humans.  Some of the most common blood borne pathogens are HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C.  When a person who carries these microorganisms has an injury and […]

Know your Environmental Responder

Do you have a contingency plan that addresses who your emergency/environmental responder is? Protect Environmental would like to be your responder. https://www.protectusa.net/contingency-planning-business-risk-assessment-and-emergency-procedure-for-texas/ Have you called on that responder as a normal contingency drill to make sure the responder is even still in business (817) 589-9005 and can still respond?  You should verify that contact numbers […]