Property Decon Pros has the ability to respond to the clients and anticipate their needs.
We bring together all aspects of a project, such as resources and planning, that are needed to complete any job efficiently while providing excellent client service.
We take action to evaluate and minimize risks to our customers, the company, and our employees.
We see diligently that all work is accurate and complete with care. This is so we can ensure all commitments are fulfilled.
We provide continuous education for our technicians by implementing professional development and training.
We strive to keep our overhead low to deliver savings to our customers.
Meet the Team
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Founder & CEO
Over twelve years’ experience in hazardous waste transportation and clean-up, including project management, field chemistry, lab-packing, waste acceptance and document preparation, PCB regulated by TSCA, as well as emergency response experience. He has extensive knowledge of DOT, NRC, and EPA transportation regulations and experienced in shipping hazardous and radioactive waste from all three DOE sites in Oak Ridge to DOE and commercial TSD facilities.
Current in HAZWOPER 40-Hour training, with annual 8-hour refreshers, annual RCRA updates, DOT Hazardous Materials Transportation Skills Training, DOT Hazardous Materials Training, and IATA Transport of Dangerous Goods Shipper’s Certificate, Rad Worker II, Nuclear Criticality Safety for Support Personnel Training and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Training. He also trained in the 4-day HAZCAT Field Identification Course and IMDG.
Kimberly has been with us since 2007. Her duties range from customer service to writing reports. Kimberly specializes in writing legally defensible reports for houses that have been decontaminated for meth, post sampled and had a Certificate of Fitness issued for the property that was contaminated with meth.
Another vital role that Kimberly performs is scheduling training to help us keep up with our certifications. She also researches new training to help us provide decontamination services for a variety of issues; drug labs, crime scene and trauma services, hoarder homes, blood borne accidents, decontamination and sanitize viruses, and radon mitigation and sampling