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Service Offerings

ACS, LLC has a team of qualified technical experts available to provide a variety of environmental health services and manage large and/or small scale projects in a diverse set of environments.


Asbestos Surveys

Onsite PCM Air Clearances (NIOSH 7400)

TEM Air Clearances

Contamination Assessment

Emergency Response

Respirator Fit Testing

Mold & Moisture

Initial Mold Assessments

Mold Remediation Specifications

Post-Remediation Mold Clearances

Real Estate Transactions

Contents Testing

Moisture Surveys

Thermal Imaging Surveys 

Lead Based-Paint

Lead Inspection XRF Surveys

Lead Dust Wipe Clearance Sampling

Indoor Air Quality ​

Indoor Allergens Sampling

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's)

Comfort Parameters  Surveys

(Temperature, Humidity, CO2 & CO Levels)

Dust characterization

Formaldehyde Sampling

Real-Time Particulate Matter Surveys

Occupant Health Complaint Assessment


Initial Bacteria Assessments

Post Remediation Clearances

Fecal Coliform, Total Coliform, E.Coli (Presence or Absence)

ATP Post-Remediation Cleaning Assessment

Smoke & Soot

Residential and Commercial Impact Assessments

Contents Contamination Assessment

Cleaning and Mitigation Recommendations

Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM) & Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) Sampling

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Formaldehyde Air Sampling

Formaldehyde Bulk Sampling utilizing Environmental Chamber

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's) ​

Air Sampling Utilizing Summa Canisters USEPA Method TO-15

(74 Chemical Compounds)

Comparison of results with occupational exposure limits and environmental reference levels

Evaluation of Health-Based Risk

Video Tutorials 
Videos Tutorials
Asbestos Exposure

Asbestos is a tough, heat-resistant mineral that was added to the building materials of many older homes. It can pose health hazards to workers and homeowners who renovate or demolish those homes.

This video shows how asbestos fibers could damage lung tissue and lead to lung disease.

Mold - EPA's 10 Things You Should Know about 


In recent times, people have become much more aware of exposure risks to elevated levels of mold in their homes, schools and work environments. High levels of mold indoors can lead to air quality issues and health concerns. Its presence indoors can also result in property damage and expensive repairs.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has published information about mold, including the Ten Things You Should Know about Mold. 

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