ARVADA, Colo., May 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In a recent news story published by The Mendocino Beacon News, it was reported that "Lead based paint is one of the latest problems Caltrans has identified with the Albion River Bridge. As it stands today, the lead based paint along with toxic preservatives used on the legs would have to be specially removed, which would add to the cost of the bridge replacement. All the wood would have to be trucked to a distant landfill."
Paul Barthel, from ECOBOND® LBP, LLC, the nation's leader in developing and distributing products that improve the protection of human health and safety from the hazards of lead, was interviewed for the story saying: "It is possible to treat, and or remove while rendering the lead paint hazards from this structure as non-hazardous for disposal using EPA test methods at the same time saving valuable money in hazardous disposal fees, in addition to creating a safe working environment for its workers and or occupants."
A comprehensive scientific study was recently conducted to summarize the successful 10 year performance record and provide laboratory validation of ECOBOND® LBP's ability to seal and treat lead paint hazards under the wide variety of lead paint remediation activities. This Case Study is available for download at: www.LeadPaintRemovalReport.com
ECOBOND® LBP, patented lead paint treatment technology, is the premier lead paint solution and surpasses other lead paint products because it is the only product on the market that seals and treats lead dust and lead in paint. The ECOBOND® family of products have been used by many state transportation agencies, in the cleanup of Fort Ord, and extensively used throughout the US and internationally in successfully treating lead hazards in over 11,000,000 tons of material.
To learn more visit www.ecobondlbp.com
James Barthel, President
14045 W 66th Ave
Arvada, CO 80004
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