Hazardous Household Materials

There are a broad range of household materials which can be hazardous to human health and the environment which can include:

  • Asbestos
  • Lead
  • Mercury
  • Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB’s)
  • Toxic mold
  • Ozone depleting substances
  • Other chemical products

These materials can affect the health and well-being of your First Nations community members if they are not managed properly or disturbed in a way to disperse the contained contents (IE: mercury from old thermostats). Older homes in your community are at particular risk since most have been built using certain paints, chemicals and more dangerous building materials (IE: Asbestos). These materials can become a concern if the homes are renovated or demolished.

At Cambium Aboriginal we understand the importance of minimizing the effects of these potentially dangerous household materials for your community workers and members. Let us work with your community to help reduce the potential danger of releasing potentially hazardous materials.

We can help provide (but not limited to):

  • Designated substance surveys
  • Reporting and recommendations including regulatory compliance and best practices
  • Assessments and evaluations for renovations and demolishing
  • Inspections and air monitoring
  • Preparing abatement specifications and costs
  • Summary reports during and after completed work
  • Annual re-assessments

Cambium Aboriginal has years of experience providing solutions for communities to help minimize the potential danger of household hazardous materials. Let our experts help your First Nations community.

We will work directly with your First Nations community in order to help develop the safest possible plan for your community’s renovation and abatement needs.

Contact us today for a FREE consultation at:

705.657.1126 or 1.844.855.8523
Email: spirit@cambiumaboriginal.com