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Lead Paint 

Energy Audits 

Surveys for lead-based paint, contamination checks for lead dust, air monitoring during and clearance testing after lead abatement are available to address the latest nationwide health threat. This should be completed to protect all employees/contractors working in or around lead-based painted materials, greater than the regulatory limits. Typical services available are:  

          XRF Testing  

          Dust/Paint/Soil Sampling  

          RRP and Abatement Training 

          Air Monitoring/Testing for OSHA Personal, EPA Area or EPA Offsite  

The audit process starts by collecting information about a facility's operation and about its past record of utility bills. This data is then analyzed to get a picture of how the facility uses energy, as well as to help the auditor learn what areas to examine to reduce energy costs. 


Energy Conservation Measures (ECM's) -are identified and evaluated to determine their benefits and their cost effectiveness. These ECM's are assessed in terms of their costs and benefits, and an economic comparison is made to rank the various ECM's. Finally, an energy action plan is created where certain ECM's are selected for implementation.  







Building/facility audits are performed for prospective buyers and current building occupants to assess the health and environmental hazards posed by naturally occurring and man-made substances. Alloy has performed numerous surveys of existing structures to locate, identify, and assess potential hazards of asbestos containing material. Typical services that can be selected are:  


          Full or Multi-Building Assessments  

          Renovations, Required Prior to Start, Specific Building Areas 

          Demolition, Required Prior to Start   

A Physical Needs Assessment (PNA) is systematic review all of the major physical components of property to result in a projection of future needs and costs to meet those needs. A PNA is a strategic planning tool. It is not a budget but is an important reference document for the development of annual budgets. All PHAs regardless of size to perform a PNA once every 5 years, to update annually, and to submit to HUD in a format determined by HUD-THE GPNA TOOL. The PNA will be coordinated with and integrate data from the required energy audit.  



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Indoor Air Quality 


If you work in an office building, school, or manufacturing area, chances are high that the air you breathe could be even more polluted than outdoor air. Indoor Air Quality issues can affect such items as employee productivity and attitude. Indoor air quality studies have provided identification for building owners who suffer from lost time due to complaints from individuals who suffer from 'Sick Building Syndrome'. Typical assessments for indoor air problems are usually driven from a building owner, corresponding from employee complaints. While properly maintaining an efficient ventilation system is an activity for building management, Alloy Specialty can assist in addressing and identifying solutions for indoor air problems.  




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Occupational (Workplace) Audits 

Phase I or Transaction Screens 

The nature of many chemical environmental hazards has become increasingly complex and difficult for the employer and lay public/employees to comprehend. The federal government has many exposure limits, which must be followed and adhered to. Alloy Specialty uses the EPA's "red book" as its guide to the risk assessment process. The four cornerstones of hazard identification, dose-response assessment, exposure assessment, and risk characterization, are used as a basis for all studies.  

The goal of a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is to determine recognized environmental conditions associated with the subject property in accordance with ASTM practice E. "Recognized environmental conditions mean the presence or likely presence of any hazardous substances (or petroleum products) on a property under conditions that indicate an existing release, a past release, or a material threat of a release of any hazardous substances or petroleum products into structures on the property or into the ground, groundwater, or surface water of the property. The term 'recognized environmental conditions' is not intended to include 'de minimis' conditions that generally do not present a material harmful to public health or the environment and that generally would not be the subject of enforcement action if brought to the attention of appropriate government agencies."  











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Omaha, NE 68122
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Sioux City, IA 51101
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Fax (402) 571-7900
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