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Removal of pollution or contaminants from the environment such as groundwater, rivers, streams, lakes, other surface water, sediment, and soil is critical. There is also the threat of asbestos, PCB’s, lead, etc. on many construction sites. It may be obvious that these contaminants can negatively impact human health and the environment, but what about the workforce that is tasked with removing those contaminants? Workers must be educated and take the proper precautions, including wearing the right PPE and using the right equipment, for these dangerous tasks.

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