PCB Certification

The PCB awareness course is designed to assist building owners and abatement contractors who may be handling PCB-containing or PCB-contaminated building materials during planned renovation or repair activities or planned PCB abatement efforts in older buildings.


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Contractors and building owners should be aware of the impact of their work in buildings occupied by high-risk populations, such as schools and day care centers. Those responsible for renovation, repair, or abatement activities of potential PCB containing or PCB contaminated materials should review and understand the regulatory requirements and are encouraged to consult EPA or environmental professionals experienced with PCB cleanup activities. In addition to the PCB regulations under the TSCA, renovators and abatement personnel should also be aware that their activities may also disturb asbestos containing materials and lead-based paint.

The four hour PCB awareness training course is designed to provide information on steps that should be considered for projects intended to remove and dispose of known or suspected PCB-containing caulk (i.e PCB abatement activities), as per the PCB regulations that support this information at Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 761 – 40 CFR Part 761.

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