Manchester NH, June 8, 2012: RPF Environmental is happy to announce their in-kind donation of site
survey services and laboratory analysis for the renovation and repair
work to the Manchester Girls Center. For the renovation project RPF performed
hazardous building material testing to help ensure compliance with various
state and federal regulations for materials such as asbestos and potential
lead waste disposal. The Girls Center, housed in a 27-year old former
church located at 340 Varney Street in Manchester NH, offers a wide variety
of services and programs for at-risk girls, their families and community members.
"This facility will undergo major interior and exterior renovations,
from a new roof and windows to new playground and landscaping. We're
excited to begin recruiting volunteers to help make this dream a reality"
said Jonathan Halle, co- chair of Building on Hope.
Roger Francoeur, president of RPF Environmental, stated "RPF is proud
to support the valuable community programs offered by Girls Inc. and Building
on Hope." With offices in Northwood NH, Portland ME and Amesbury
MA, RPF provides indoor air quality assessments; hazardous material testing;
asbestos, PCBs, sick building syndrome and mold assessments; construction
safety; and OSHA and EPA regulatory compliance services to public and
private clients throughout New England. More information is available at
www.airpf.com or 1-888-SAFE-AIR.