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Qualifications for Listing

The asbestos company directories are listings of companies that offer regulated asbestos services to the public. Other companies might qualify to provide regulated asbestos services but did not ask to be listed in the directories.

The directories are a resource for people interested in obtaining asbestos services. They are NOT an endorsement by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services of the listed companies’ performance, nor do they imply preference over companies not listed. It is advisable to request bids and conduct reference checks before engaging any asbestos company.

To qualify for listing in a directory, a company must be certified and have at least one person certified in the appropriate discipline for the services the company offers. The companies listed met these qualifications on the date shown in the directory title.

Asbestos Investigators (PDF, 45 KB)

Asbestos Abatement Contractors (PDF, 35 KB)

Asbestos Exterior Contractors (PDF, 21 KB)

How to Find a Company

The directories list companies alphabetically by city, where the company’s office is located. Qualifying out-of-state companies are also listed. Many companies offer services statewide. If you do not find a company listed for your city, check neighboring cities and then continue moving out from your city until you find a company.

To find companies in a given city, choose the icon in the Adobe tool bar that looks like a pair of binoculars. A box will open. Go to "Find What" and enter the city or company name you want to find, then choose the "Find" button. (For example, to find companies located in Green Bay, enter the word "Green".) Your cursor will move to the first place your word appears in the document. To find other places where the word appears, choose the icon in the Adobe tool bar that looks like a pair of binoculars with a circular arrow.

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 Last Updated: September 15, 2014