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    • What is Asbestosis?

      Have you heard of asbestos? It was used in older construction in homes and commercial buildings from 1930 until around 1950. The United States officially banned the use of asbestos in 1977. However, ...

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    • What You Need to Know About Asbestos Shingles

      For many years, roofing shingles made of hydraulic cement and asbestos were the gold standard. Sturdy and fireproof, asbestos shingles soared in popularity beginning in the early 1900s until health ...

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    • The History of Asbestos in Homes

      Asbestos is a group of minerals composed of thin fibers. The fibers are soft and flexible. Asbestos was originally used in Europe 4 centuries ago. Asbestos production increased during the Industrial ...

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    • Burns Environmental Services Sweeps the Competition Again.

      For the 2nd year in a row, Burns Environmental Services went all out at the SCCA Temecula Creek Golf Tournament taking First Place for the Best Theme amongst all of the competition. Great job Burns ...

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    • Recommended Summer Hiking Spots

      Murphy Ranch Road In the 1930s Nazi sympathizers built a refuge in the Pacific Palisades. Herr Schmidt, Winona, and Norman Stephens, and their followers occupied a self-contained stronghold in what is ...

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    • Burns Environmental Services was called out to Safely Remove and Dispose of All Hazardous Materials at a Church in Moreno Valley after an Electrical Fire

      As a licensed abatement contractor, Burns Environmental Services was called out by a Riverside restoration company to safely abate all affected asbestos-containing materials at Wesleyan Church in ...

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    • Biohazardous Waste Cleanup

      Biohazardous waste cleanup requires safety precautions in order to prevent the spread of potential infections. Potentially hazardous bloodborne pathogens can be present even in the smallest drops of ...

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    • Biohazard Clean Up

      When conducting a biohazard cleanup, most people think using a commercial cleaning agent is sufficient. However, there is no way to know for sure if the affected area has been disinfected properly. ...

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    • Signs You May Have Mold Damage

      Mold is a type of fungus that can grow anywhere in the right conditions. We’re all exposed to microscopic mold spores every day, but they’re usually only found in small amounts. There can be serious ...

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    • The History of Asbestos in Homes

      Asbestos is a group of minerals composed of thin fibers. The fibers are soft and flexible. Asbestos was originally used in Europe 4 centuries ago. Asbestos production increased during the Industrial ...

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    • Why is Lead in Paint?

      We've all heard how dangerous lead can be. However, for many years it has been mixed with paint for very specific reasons. For one, lead assists in the paint drying process. Also, it helps paint ...

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    • Is There Lead in Your Plumbing?

      Lead in your drinking water is a recipe for disaster. It builds up over time, often leading to serious and permanent health conditions. Older pipes, fittings, and lead service lines can all cause lead ...

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    • Why is Lead in Paint?

      We've all heard how dangerous lead can be. However, for many years it has been mixed with paint for very specific reasons. For one, lead assists in the paint drying process. Also, it helps paint ...

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    • What’s Lurking in Your Home?

      Your home is your safe haven. It’s where you raise your children, go to sleep every night, and gather with friends. But did you know your home can also be harboring dangerous toxins? Many older homes ...

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    • How to tell if you're buying a meth house | Burns Environmental Services

      You’ve finally done it: you’ve stepped into the realm of home ownership. We know at Burns Environmental Services that the home buying process is a long one, with the inspection checked out, the ...

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    • Meth Contaminated Property

      California Real Estate (Property) law holds property owners and landlords responsible for providing notification to tenants and future owners of any hazards existing on a property offered for lease or ...

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    • 3 Places Mold Could Be Hiding In Your Home

      Mold is always in the air, but it thrives in warm, humid environments with temperatures ranging between 75 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit. You'll commonly find mold in places that are dark and damp. The ...

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    • Signs You May Have Mold Damage

      Mold is a type of fungus that can grow anywhere in the right conditions. We’re all exposed to microscopic mold spores every day, but they’re usually only found in small amounts. There can be serious ...

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