Enkay Engineering is one of Southern California's oldest and most trusted environmental remediation companies. We've been specializing in lead, mold, and asbestos abatement and removal since 1986, eliminating environmental hazards from homes, businesses, and government facilities at very competitive rates. We are proud to provide a full range of safe, affordable environmental remediation services throughout Orange County, Riverside County, Los Angeles County, and San Bernardino County. Our thousands of satisfied clients are a testament to our experience, expertise, excellent customer service and affordable rates.
Mold, asbestos, and lead are environmental hazards and serious health risks. They need to be accurately evaluated and safely removed by experienced, qualified professionals. All of these hazardous materials can be found in common areas:
At Enkay Engineering, we have extensive experience dealing with all of these hazards, at different levels of severity and in many different settings. We make your safety our first priority, using critical barriers around the work site to prevent the spread of toxic particles, and disposing of all hazardous materials in full accordance with EPA regulations. We leave your home, office, or other space safer and cleaner than we found it, every time. Call today to schedule a free evaluation and estimate. In some cases, we can bill your insurance for the cost of the project.
Enkay Engineering is fully bonded, licensed, insured, and certified to perform environmental remediation. We hold certifications from the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and Cal/OSHA (the California Department of Industrial Relations division of Occupational Safety and Health). In addition, all of our technicians hold AHERA certification for environmental remediation in public buildings. All of our projects are performed in full compliance with, and in most cases exceed, environmental remediation standards set by OSHA (the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration), NIOSH (National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health), SCAQMD (South Coast Air Quality Management District), and the EPA.