Weecycle employs inspectors certified by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA).
During an asbestos inspection Weecycle will assess the building in question to identify all potential Asbestos Containing Building materials (ACBM). Where possible, information regarding the age of the building and construction practices will be utilized to make deductions regarding the possible extent of asbestos-containing building material. All samples of suspected ACBM will be collected and analyzed at an accredited laboratory utilizing US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) methodology 66/4-82-020 polarized light microscopy. Following the inspection and testing, clients will be provided with a written report and site map detailing the results and highlighting positive readings.
Samples will be collected of representative building materials from homogeneous areas that may contain asbestos. Areas of fiberglass black polyurethane foam or similar non-suspect materials will not be sampled. Sampling requires the collection of a small amount of representative material. Samples will be collected throughout the facilities in low profile locations. Due to the nature of this type of sampling, small holes will be made in the building materials. Samples will be taken at the Inspection rate of three (3) samples per homogeneous area, and may be up to nine (9) samples depending on square footage. Weecycle will not be able to repair or restore building materials that have been sampled.