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lead paint abatement

Guarding Against Hidden Dangers From The Past

Lead contamination poses a serious concern due to its harmful health effects. Exposure to lead can result in various health problems, including blood disorders, reproductive issues, birth defects, high blood pressure, and disorders of the brain and nervous system.

The effects of lead poisoning can be immediate, long-term, or recurring, as the body stores lead in the bones.

To address lead hazards, the process of abatement is used. Our process involves safely reducing hazardous paint materials through methods like enclosure, removal, replacement, or encapsulation.

Before starting any abatement activities, an experienced EMS professional will conduct a thorough exposure assessment.

In cases where the exposure level is insignificant and no construction, remodeling, or demolition activities are planned, abatement may not be necessary.

Our goal is to ensure the safety and well-being of our clients by providing effective solutions tailored to their specific needs.

The Region's Lead Paint Abatement Experts

Don’t ignore lead paint! Found in soil, dust, exhaust, and old structures, it poses risks for professionals like lead abatement workers, carpenters, and remodelers.

Lead contamination can lead to health problems. At EMS, we prioritize your safety. Our expert team assesses lead risks and provides abatement solutions, working closely with you to restore peace of mind.

Our family-based customer service sets us apart. Trust EMS to handle your lead problem with precision and care. Join satisfied customers and take control today. Contact EMS for proven expertise and dedication to your safety.

Act now and experience the EMS difference!


Hiring EMS Is The Safest Decision You Can Make!

Are you aware of the hidden dangers of lead paint in industrial workplaces? Lead contamination poses a variety of serious health risks, however, there’s no need to panic because EMS is here to provide a comprehensive solution to your lead paint problems.

As a trusted leader in lead abatement, EMS has the expertise and experience to safely remove and eliminate lead paint hazards in the most challenging settings. Our team of professionals follows industry best practices and regulations to ensure a thorough and effective lead paint removal process. We prioritize your safety and well-being, offering peace of mind that your workplace will be free from the risks associated with lead exposure.

Don’t take chances with the health and safety of your employees. Contact EMS today for a consultation and let our experts assess your industrial workplace for lead paint hazards.

We’ll provide you with a customized plan of action to mitigate the risks and create a safe environment for everyone. Your employees deserve a healthy workplace, and EMS is here to make it a reality.

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Project Work

OSHA-Compliant Lead Paint Abatement Services

Lead Paint Abatement | General Electric Sign, Fort Wayne, IN
Lead Abatement + Restoration | Super bowl Fire Hydrants, Lucas Oil Stadium | Indianapolis, Indiana
Lead Abatement | Various Project Sites

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“Need consultation on your facility?  With over 10 years of experience in environmental cleanup management, I am ready to tackle the problem head-on!

Provide a few details of your situation, even if we have to come out and take a look, the consultation is free!”

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Nate Papaik

Project Manager | EMS, INC

ems team Nate

Nate Papaik

Project Manager | EMS, INC

Nate Papaik is a Project Manager and Estimator for the environmental division of EMS, Inc. He started as a laborer in 2002, attained his supervisor license in 2010, and became a member of management in 2012. 

Nate specializes in asbestos, lead, and mold. He attended college at IPFW and spent 6 years in the Marine Corps.

In his free time, Nate particularly enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 daughters.

Lead Paint F.A.Q.

Most Commonly Asked Customer Questions

Lead can have detrimental effects on the body, whether it enters through inhalation or ingestion. It can impact various organs and systems, with the nervous system being particularly vulnerable in both adults and children.

Children are especially at risk, with higher exposure and potential side effects. These may include hyperactivity, growth impairment, hearing issues, and headaches.

In adults, long-term exposure to lead can result in decreased neurological function, weakness in joints and extremities, increased blood pressure, anemia, and potential damage to the brain and kidneys, which can be life-threatening. Lead exposure can also lead to complications during pregnancy and fertility issues.

To safeguard your health and well-being, it’s crucial to address lead exposure promptly. Contact EMS for a comprehensive consultation and assessment of lead hazards. Our experienced team will develop a customized plan to mitigate the risks and ensure a safer environment for you and your loved ones.

Don’t underestimate the dangers of lead; take action today to protect yourself and your family.

To minimize the risks associated with lead exposure, it is crucial to take preventive measures. Follow these guidelines to protect yourself and your employees:

  • Avoid contact with potential sources of lead.
  • Keep children from chewing or mouthing surfaces that may have been painted with lead-based paint.
  • If you suspect your water source may be contaminated, run or flush water that has been standing overnight before using it for drinking or cooking.
  • Be cautious of certain paints and pigments used in makeup or hair coloring, as they may contain lead. Keep these products out of reach of children.
  • If your facility has lead-based paint or you reside in an area with potential contamination, frequently wash hands and faces to remove lead dust and grime. Regularly clean your living space to minimize dust and tracked-in dirt.

By implementing these practices, you can significantly reduce the risk of lead exposure.

For more personalized advice and solutions, contact EMS today for a consultation. Our team is dedicated to creating a safer environment for you and your staff.

To assess lead exposure and evaluate potential lead poisoning, several testing methods are available:

  • Blood tests are commonly used to measure the amount of lead in the blood, providing an estimation of recent exposure. This method is often employed for lead poisoning screening in children.
  • X-ray techniques can be utilized to measure lead levels in teeth or bones. However, these methods may not be widely accessible.
  • Another approach is to measure erythrocyte protoporphyrin (EP) in blood samples. EP levels increase when there is a high concentration of lead in the blood.
  • It’s important to note that EP levels may not be sensitive enough to identify children with elevated blood lead levels below approximately 25 micrograms per deciliter (μg/dL). These tests typically require specialized analytical equipment that may not be available in a doctor’s office.
  • Your doctor can collect blood samples and send them to appropriate laboratories for analysis.

Consulting with a healthcare professional is essential to determine the most appropriate testing method for evaluating lead exposure. They will guide you through the process and ensure accurate analysis of your lead levels.

To maintain a lead-safe home environment, regular cleaning of friction points like window jams and sills is recommended. Use a damp cloth or sponge with soapy water to clean these areas. However, avoid excessive cleaning that may spread the problem further.

Dust can accumulate on other horizontal surfaces as well, so it’s important to follow the same cleaning procedures for those areas.

If you suspect larger amounts of lead present in a commercial or industrial facility, it’s crucial to contact EMS. Our skilled professionals will assess the situation and provide solutions to ensure your health and safety.

Take action today and contact EMS for a lead assessment!

The cost of lead abatement can vary significantly depending on the specific details of your situation, ranging from a few hundred to tens of thousands of dollars.

However, if it’s possible to address the hazard through improved housekeeping practices, EMS is here to assist you in creating a cost-effective plan.

Each site and situation is unique, and our team at EMS is ready to visit your facility, assess your concerns, and provide expert guidance on eliminating or managing lead exposure.

The best part? The initial consultation with EMS is completely free of charge!

Don’t delay, schedule your consultation with EMS today and take the first step towards a lead-safe environment!

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