Once, the initial Mould testing Tauranga – Betta Property Compliance application has been submitted, on-site asbestos abatement companies will then commence their testing work. They will identify areas of concern and make recommendations to the Harbour Master, based on their inspections and laboratory tests. Once all work is complete, the Harbour Master will review the investigations and determine if any further action is required to address the matters identified during the asbestos Mould Testing process. If no asbestos or other contaminants are identified, the Harbour Master will advise the applicant of their results, which may include the recommendation to remove or mitigate the potential risk factors. However, if asbestos is detected, it will be advised to the applicant to remove the asbestos or take other appropriate action.
Why it Pays to Get Mold Testing Before Construction Starts
The Mould testing process is undertaken by both the harbour master and the asbestos abatement company. During this time, a team of trained and experienced experts will carry out a routine inspection to identify areas of concern including any potential health risks. During this inspection, they will conduct random sampling to identify the presence of potential asbestos and also look for radon. In addition, they will conduct random testing of samples from different locations within the harbour to identify any levels of contamination.
Whether you’re having a professional property inspection done or you’re dealing with the on-site remediation of contaminated soil, local industry experts will often advise on the importance of Tauranga Harbour’s Mould Testing Program. In Tauranga there are many different types of industries that can come into contact with contaminated water – from manufacturing to manufacturing, as well as from waste water treatment and also for agricultural and commercial purposes. In Tauranga, we need to be very selective about the types of businesses and other organisations that use our water, as well as the water we dispose of into the harbour. As a result, it is important for the Harbour Master to carefully monitor water usage, both on-site through the dredging of stormwater runoff and also off the shores to ensure we maintain the water levels needed for all industries and that there is nothing toxic in the water.