Regulations pertaining to asbestos surveys in New York State are included in the New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) Industrial Code Rule 56 (Part 56 of Title 12 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York, cited as 12 NYCRR Part 56). 12 NYCRR Part 56 requires the identification of asbestos-containing materials (ACM) whenever all or part of a building or structure will be demolished, renovated, remodeled, or repaired.
Atlantic Testing Laboratories’ (ATL) Technical Service Manager, William Roberts, has successfully completed FenestrationMasters® coursework and final exam and has earned the certification credential as a FenestrationMaster® (FMPC), which is the advanced credential.
Atlantic Testing Laboratories is proud to announce that Dr. Christopher R. Kelson, Ph.D., P.G. has been accepted into the New York State Council of Professional Geologists (NYSCPG).
Mold is a multi-cellular fungi growth that thrives in moist environments where organic matter is readily available. When excessive moisture accumulates within buildings or on building materials, mold growth will occur, particularly if moisture problems remain unresolved.
Stormwater runoff from urban development can be damaging to natural water resources due to increases in runoff volumes and the negative impact on water quality from impervious surfaces. An undeveloped landscape typically produces less runoff as stormwater is absorbed into and through the soil.
Atlantic Testing Laboratories (ATL) has implemented SWPPP Inspection reporting using the cloud-based information management system, Metafield®.