Author name: Westchester Environmental

Ten Steps to Success

Westchester Environmental made it a goal to establish a universal game plan that could be translated to any school district or facility that sought to understand the quality of their water. In doing so, we created our lead testing program called “Ten Steps to Success”.

Common Questions about Environmental Site Assessments

Westchester Environmental LLC frequently performs Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments for clients. Here’s answers to typical questions we get about this important part of the environmental consulting process.


Frequently Asked Questions about Asbestos

One of the most commonly asked about topics is asbestos risks and remediation. Here’s a short list of the most frequent questions we get about this environmental risk.

Phase 1 ESA

What is a Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment?

A Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment, also referred to as a Phase I ESA or Phase One Environmental Site Assessment is conducted to identify the presence or likely presence of environmental contamination like hazardous substances or petroleum products on the property that is under assessment.

Locust Street, Philadelphia PA

Westchester Environmental was tasked with monitoring the abatement of joint compound found in 312 apartment units to ensure our client remains in compliance with the City of Philadelphia Air Management Asbestos Control Regulations.

asbestos hazard services

What is Asbestos?

Asbestos is the name of a group of minerals that occur naturally as bundles of fibers that can be separated into thin, durable threads. These fibers have unique characteristics which provide them with high tensile strength and flexibility, while also being resistant to heat, fire, and chemicals.

Lead Hazard Services

Frequently Asked Questions about Lead

Children under the age of 6 are at the greatest risk for health problems caused by lead exposure because their bodies are still developing. Lead exposure is a dangerous risk in your environment. Here’s answers to common questions we get about lead risks.

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