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Protect Your Business, Community & Reputation

Alliance Environmental offers commercial environmental abatement and remediation services to address environmental hazards that may be present in your business. Abatement services involve the removal or sealing of hazardous materials to prevent contamination, while remediation aims to prevent similar contamination from occurring in the future. Whether your business is located in Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon, or Washington, our team of experts can provide the necessary environmental services to ensure the safety and compliance of your commercial property. Rely on Alliance Environmental for professional and effective environmental solutions.

What Does Environmental Abatement & Remediation Include?

Understanding Abatement & Remediation

In this informative video, Ruben Rivas, our environmental specialist, provides an overview of abatement and remediation in the context of environmental cleanups. Rivas explains that abatement refers to the process of removing or reducing hazards, such as asbestos or lead, from a building or environment. Remediation, on the other hand, involves the process of cleaning mold. Rivas emphasizes the importance of proper abatement and remediation techniques to protect human health and the environment. At Alliance Environmental, we prioritize safe and effective abatement and remediation practices to ensure the health and safety of our clients and their communities.

Why Is Environmental Remediation Important?

Hazardous materials like lead, asbestos and mold in commercial buildings such as educational institutions, hospitals, hotels or retail establishments can cause severe health problems in many people if left untreated. Proper abatement and remediation eliminate the issue and prevent future concerns.

Entrust Your Business to the Professionals

Some commercial businesses may want to remove the threat themselves rather than turn to a professional company. However, an experienced team knows how to take proper safety precautions when removing hazardous materials. They wear the appropriate equipment and seal the working area to prevent contaminants from spreading to different rooms. If you face a contamination threat, ensure safe removal by contacting a professional team.


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Why Work With Alliance Environmental?

Alliance Environmental has over 25 years of experience with environmental abatement and remediation, and we know what it takes to keep your business safe. We are the go-to experts for abatement and remediation in California and surrounding states. Throughout the process, we work to return your business to normal operations as quickly as possible, even allowing clients to continue normal operations during removal by safely isolating contaminated areas.

What to Expect From Environmental Abatement & Remediation Services

We start every project with an extensive plan to guide the process. When providing abatement, we seal off contaminated areas using negative air pressure to keep threats from spreading. Our technicians also use hazard prevention measures approved by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and local and federal guidelines. Once we safely remove the threat, we will provide any necessary loss inventory, demolition, and lawful removal of contaminated materials to complete the process.

Abatement & Remediation FAQs

We’ve compiled some frequently asked questions to help you learn more about our services.

Environmental abatement services involve removing or isolating a dangerous substance such as lead, mold or asbestos so it can no longer spread or harm building inhabitants. Remediation is a more extensive process that seeks to stop future harm by addressing the issue’s underlying cause.

Lead and asbestos are difficult to identify visually. Often, your best option is to send a material sample to an environmental laboratory to test for these substances. You can identify mold visually through furry growths or spots of white, orange, green or brown. Mold also creates a musty odor and can cause allergy issues.

Certified As An Industry Leader

NADCA - National Air Duct Cleaners Association (Logo)
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IKECA - International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association (Logo)
NFPA - National Fire Protection Association (Logo)
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BOMA - Building Owners and Managers Association (Logo)
ASHE - American Society for Healthcare Engineering (Logo)
GBAC - Global Biorisk Advisory Council (Logo)
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Partner With Us for Top-Quality Environmental Services for  Your Business

If you face an environmental threat like lead or mold in your business, depend on Alliance Environmental to resolve the issue. With efficient and expert abatement and remediation, we’ll remove environmental dangers. Contact us to learn more about our services and get a quote.

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