Many of our industrial clients rely on us for plant property maintenance in addition to our waste removal and disposal services. Click on any link below to learn more about our building maintenance services.
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One Stop’s abatement supervisors have decades of experience. We’ll evaluate your site. We’ll give you an honest assessment of your problem and its level of risk. We’ll offer abatement options that meet your needs and your budget. And we’ll help you determine the best course of action to make your property safe again.
We’re certified for asbestos and lead abatement in multiple states, and we always self-perform our own work.
Whether you need help remediating an existing residential or commercial building, or tearing it down and starting over, we’ll help you do it safely. We can also conduct an asbestos survey that maps out exactly where hazardous material is located throughout your property.
We’ve handled asbestos abatement projects of all sizes throughout the Southeast, and we offer exceptionally competitive pricing, given the quality of our work.
Whether you need a quote for a specific project, just a resource for asbestos questions, contact Corey Bingham or Duane Boatright.
Asbestos Exposure in Residential and Commercial Buildings
Asbestos, lead and mold are three of the most common environmental hazards found inside both residential and commercial buildings. Asbestos can cause diseases like mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis, while lead can cause poisoning and brain damage — especially in children. Mold can cause serious reactions and respiratory illness.
Oil-water separators need to be properly and regularly maintained to stay in good working order. Conversely, poorly managed oil-water separators can pollute surface and groundwater — leading to costly environmental violations.
We can help you minimize oil-water separators’ impact on your budget and the environment by preventing the buildup of the oil and debris that stops outlets, making them useless.
Out trained technicians regularly maintain above-ground and below-ground oil-water separators — pressure washing, cleaning and vacumming-out bottom sludge. All of which helps drainage, while preventing damage.
For a quote on your specific needs, call us at 205 595 8188.
Clients we’ve served include
- Rives Construction
- Alabama Power
- Doster Construction
- Hoar Construction.
Why One Stop?We’ll ensure safety for the building, the occupants and the environment. What’s more, we can also perform the asbestos, lead or mold abatement required on many interior demolition projects. We’re experts in managing both hazardous and nonhazardous waste from cradle to grave, safely disposing of all debris. We’ll also minimize your liability, by adhering to all EPA, DOT and OSHA regulations — while providing you with hazardous waste manifests, disposal tickets and daily activity logs. Finally, we’re environmentally conscious on every project — recycling what we can, instead of disposing everything to a landfill. Call or email us for a quote on your interior demolition project, big or small.
Pressure cleaning, or hydroblasting, can prevent expensive downtime and preserve the life of your equipment. Our trained technicians routinely use high-pressure water to clean everything from machinery to tanks and boilers.
Hydroblasting safely and efficiently removes by-product, deposits and waste from equipment surfaces. Our equipment is capable of cleaning with pressures of up to 10,000 – 20,000 psi, and our team has an exceptional safety record. All members are 40-hour HAZWOPER, MSHA, First Aid and CPR certified.
Moreover, our crews are multi-capability — and can handle several levels of cleaning with one visit to your facility.
Customized Hydroblasting Solutions
No two hydroblasting jobs are exactly the same, which is why we create specialized plans for each facility: Selecting the right equipment, and approach, to get the job done as efficiently, effectively and (most important) safely as possible.
Common Hydroblasting Applications
- Coating removal
- Weld preparation and mill scale removal
- Surface preparation and cleaning
- Refractory removal
- Polymer removal
- Online cleaning
- Automated cleaning technologies
- Air pre-heaters
- Boiler deslagging
- Boiler recovery bottoms
- Condenser tubes
- Water recirculation
- Spray towers
- *3D Capable