Up until 1976, manufacturers used PCB’s (polychlorinated biphenyls) in electrical components due to their insulating properties. The most commonly found form of PCB’s in buildings is the fluorescent light ballasts (power box inside fixtures).
PCB has both carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic side affects. While the majority of testing has been on animals, studies in human exposure provide supportive evidence.
Our staff is trained in identifying, removing, and proper packaging procedures of PCB’s. We dispose PCB’s through certified companies with excellent safety records.