Creating Healthier Environments

We are pleased to announce that
RPF Environmental’s Dennis Francoeur, Jr. CIH, CSP
was chosen to be the moderator for
February’s Workshop!

"Fire & Smoke: The Hidden Dangers"

In the aftermath of a fire, there are many more issues to deal with beyond aesthetics and cleanup. Burning contents can release toxic chemicals, and harmful smoke can penetrate walls, floors & furniture, causing serious health issues or even death. In this workshop you will learn how to find and manage hidden dangers after a building fire.

Click here to register: REGISTRATION

The Manchester Chapter of the Indoor Air Quality Association presents: "The Hidden Dangers of Fire and Smoke." This workshop is perfect for Building Managers, Health Officers, Clinicians, Consultants, Remediators and Custodial Staff. Come learn important information about the hidden hazards, remediation protocol, and effective restoration techniques after suffering fire and smoke damage. Expert speakers include:

Keith Pokorny, LEED AP, VP at EFI Global
Keith will present information surrounding the initial investigation, hazardous materials exposure, fire debris, sampling conducted by the fire investigator, and trends of investigating other hazards, such as asbestos.

Greg Brown, Captain, Instructor, Inspector, EMS at NH Department of Safety
Greg will address what we call the "Initial Fire Attack": the mop up and overhaul phase of fire cleanup.

Jeremy Boston, Mitigation Manager, and Doug Idelicato, Director of Marketing, both from Insurcomm
Jeremy and Doug will talk about Fire Restoration and Remediation, including Mitigation, Content Restoration (cleaning, deoderizing, drying, storage); and Construction Issues (the rebuild process, code upgrade, etc.)

Location: Manchester Health Department, 1528 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101

Date: February 14, 2020, 8:00am - 12:30pm

Fees: IAQA Members: $65, Non-Members: $75

  • Registration is required. Click here to register and mail your check by Feb 10th.
  • Checks should be made out to "IAQA Manchester Chapter" and mailed to Jane Stratton, address below.
  • (You may pay at the door, but please note: CASH OR CHECK only, we cannot accept credit cards.)

Jane Stratton, IAQA
c/o Absolute Resource Associates
124 Heritage Ave, #16
Portsmouth, NH 03801
janes@absoluteresourceassociates.com

Client Testimonials

  • “I have been using the services of RPF Environmental for several years and plan on continuing to do so.”

    Bill Timmons- SPS New England

  • “We have worked with RPF for over 20 years and has always been very satisfied with their service.”

    Bill Behrmann- St. Thomas Aquinas School

  • “Throughout the work season, there were no lost work days or safety incidents due to RPF's outstanding commitment to the project.”

    Jeffrey Hebb- Charter Contracting Company, LLC

  • “RPF has helped us reassure our staff, students and public that our school environments are clean, healthy spaces for learning.”

    Ed Emond- SAU 30; Laconia NH School District

  • “RPF is a great company to work with, highly knowledgeable, great to work with and accommodating.”

    Jennifer Gilbert- St. Charles School

  • “They are a great company and have provided prompt and professional services.”

    Bill Botting- SAU 60; Fall Mountain School District

  • “I will continue to call on RPF for all things related to environmental safety and health.”

    Richard A. Falardeau- SAU 49; Gov. Wentworth Regional School District

  • “RPF gets the job done. We were impressed by their knowledge, diligence and quality of work.”

    Barry Gaw- Sippican Partners, LLC

Why Work With
RPF Environmental?

  • Fastest turnarounds available for time-sensitive projects
  • Meet all regulatory standards & maintain focus on project goals
  • Dedicated client services that emphasize close communication
  • Cost-effective and creative alternatives for flexible strategies
  • Access to leading experts in your specific field to enhance your solutions
  • EPA Accredited Asbestos & Lead Safe Renovator Trainer