Mold Illnesses- What to Do!

2017-09-22T21:15:46+00:00August 28th, 2017|Hazardous Materials Info, Household Tips, Service Info|

Mold can affect your household and make everyone sick. Sometimes you cannot see or smell mold. Mold has a way of hiding in dark and damp areas. Once you see or smell mold, it means you have a mold infestation that will need to be removed by a professional. Colorado Hazardous Environmental has information on [...]

Burning and Asbestos Exposure

2017-09-22T21:16:07+00:00August 22nd, 2017|Asbestos Information, Household Tips|

Residents in rural areas burn a lot of unwanted items, instead of having them disposed of professionally. This can cause major problems for people in the area. Some items are banned from being burned. However, when it comes to asbestos, it is hard to know if an item contains it. Without a test for asbestos [...]

Choosing the Right Hazardous Materials Removal Company

2017-09-22T21:16:24+00:00August 22nd, 2017|Hazardous Materials Info|

When you are dealing with any type of hazardous material, it is important to find the most qualified company for inspection and removal. Hazardous materials are harmful to your health and should only be removed by a professional. The real question is, who do you trust with you and your family’s protection? Colorado Hazardous Environmental [...]

Been Exposed to Asbestos? Who is Responsible?

2017-09-22T21:16:45+00:00August 11th, 2017|Asbestos Information, Asbestos Litigation|

Have you been exposed to asbestos? Do you now have asbestos-related symptoms? Colorado Hazardous Environmental is the place for asbestos testing and removal services, but we also want our clients to know everything they can about asbestos and its dangers. If you have been exposed to asbestos, who is responsible for your illness? What can [...]

Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act – What You Need to Know!

2017-09-22T21:17:03+00:00August 4th, 2017|Asbestos Information|

What is the AHERA? How does it affect me? Colorado Hazardous Environmental has all the information you need to understand AHERA. AHERA was put in place under the Toxic Substance Control Act in 1986. The act was put in place to handle asbestos in school buildings by protecting students and school employees from asbestos exposure [...]

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