Vinyl Asbestos Tile Removal for Colleges & Universities in Boston, MA

The wonderful crew here at Core Environmental Contractors has been working on a large project all week at one of the prominent Universities in the Boston area. Many colleges and universities in the area have been around for 100 or more years, leaving beautiful and unique architecture that is surely a big draw to potential students. However, what they are finding out now is that some of the older buildings contain asbestos products, more specifically, Vinyl Asbestos Tile (VAT).

Vinyl Asbestos Tile Removal for Colleges and Universities in Boston, Ma
There is no way to change the way construction was done 50-100+ years ago, the best these schools can do is be aware of the potential harm asbestos can cause and then be diligent about removing it from their buildings to keep their faculty and students out of harm’s way. By completing Vinyl Asbestos Tile removal, you will also be helping preserve the building for years to come to keep your campus looking distinguished and beautiful.

College and University VAT Removal in Boston, MA
Core Environmental Contractors has been performing asbestos removal jobs for colleges and universities throughout the Boston area for over 20 years. We also understand that preserving the environment and surrounding community is a key goal of these universities. Core Environmental Contractors recycles all waste materials and asbestos in an environmentally friendly manner to make sure that you are continuing your goal to preserve the community and planet.

Contact Core Environmental Contractors to learn more about our asbestos removal services that we offer to not only colleges and universities, but also to other businesses and residential homes. Give us a call today, we’d be happy to speak with you!


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