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JLC Environmental Consultants, Inc.

Environmental Consulting, Hazardous Materials Sampling, Asbestos Laboratory and Training services Since 1987

About Us

Our founder, Jennifer Carey started out as a project manager testing air quality at the Exxon Refinery in Linden, New Jersey.  She created JLC Environmental in New York City during the real estate crash of 1987. A biology major with a deep interest in environmental issues, she and her team of managers has grown what began as an air testing company into a full service environmental health and safety consulting practice.

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Environmental Consulting & Testing Services

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Asbestos, a group of six naturally occurring silicate minerals, has been widely used since the 19th century in various products like roofing materials, floor tiles, insulation, and more. For our asbestos testing and consulting services, click here.

Moisture control is the key to mold control. Molds need both food and water to survive; since molds can digest most things, water is the factor that limits mold growth. Molds will often grow in damp or wet areas indoors.

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Lead is present in various parts of our environment, including the air, soil, water, and homes. Human activities, such as past use of leaded gasoline, certain industrial facilities, and lead-based paint in homes, contribute to our exposure. For a complete list of our lead and PCB testing and consulting services, click here.

JLC's in-house laboratory helps us provide building constituent and other sampling results to our clients quickly.    JLC's analytical lab is certified by New York State - Dept. of Health.  

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Failsafe Training Co., a division of JLC, has been providing environmental health and safety training since 2000.   Failsafe has taught courses in South Korea for the Army Corp of Engineers as well as various locations throughout the United States. 

An Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is a report for real estate holdings that identifies potential or existing environmental contamination liabilities. It evaluates both the land and physical improvements on the property. Contaminated sites are commonly known as "brownfield sites."

Contact Us

243 W. 30th Street
Suite 701, New York, NY 10001

212 420 8119

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