Products that may contain PCBs include:
- Transformers and capacitors
- Electrical equipment including voltage regulators, switches, re-closers, bushings, and electromagnets
- Oil used in motors and hydraulic systems
- Old electrical devices or appliances containing PCB capacitors
- Fluorescent light ballasts
- Cable insulation
- Thermal insulation material including fiberglass, felt, foam, and cork
- Adhesives and tapes
- Oil-based paint
- Carbonless copy paper
- Floor finish
PCB abatement activities are conducted safely and in accordance with EPA and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) An abatement report will be prepared upon completion of all remedial activities and records need to be maintained for a period of three to five years from the date that the abatement activities were completed.
PCB Waste will be disposed of at a TSCA-approved disposal facility.
PCBs have been demonstrated to cause a variety of adverse health effects.