Asbestos, Lead, PCB, Nuclear

No matter what contaminant is on the surface, Sponge-Jet’s engineered composite media can help remove, capture and contain it. The unique approach of this technology allows better planning and implementation of abatement projects resulting in reliable results and time schedule performance.

  • Lead paint removal
  • Asbestos abatement
  • Nuclear decontamination
  • Mold treatment
  • PCB contaminant removal
  • Anti-fouling compounds

Sponge-Jet’s MicroContainment™ feature provides repeatable results across the wide range of decontamination and abatement projects.

Features & Benefits

  • Lower project costs
  • Simplify job staging
  • Reduce compliance costs
  • Improve worker health and safety
  • Decontaminate, absorb and abate hazards
  • Improve community relations and compliance

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