Sioux Falls, SD
Prairie Environmental Consulting, LLC, is a fully insured, neutral, third-party consulting and inspection firm located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota specializing in the inspection of hazardous materials in South Dakota and Iowa and investigation of indoor air quality issues. Prairie Environmental Consulting offers practical solutions for commercial and residential buildings based on expert technical knowledge and years of field experience.
Prairie Environmental Consulting offers the following services for commercial and residential building owners:
Asbestos Inspection & Project Planning and Consultation
Mold Inspection & Project Planning and Consultation
Lead Paint Inspection and Risk Assessment
Specialty Indoor Air Quality Testing and Ventilation Testing
NEW: Historic Building Renovation Services!
(by phone or e-mail)
Prairie Environmental Consulting, LLC
PO Box 1266
Sioux Falls, SD 57101
News and Updates
Methamphetamine contamination in residential houses has become a significant issue over the past five to ten years. Unseen methamphetamine contamination can make entire families sick if it is not identified and cleaned properly. Prairie Environmental Consulting has the ability and expertise to conduct methamphetamine sampling and clean methamphetamine-contaminated properties.
Prairie Environment Consulting is proud to have the opportunity to donate 10% of August profits to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort in Texas. Our donation was made through Houston Texans player JJ Watt's YouCaring site, which has raised almost $10 million already! As indoor air quality professionals, we understand that the initial rescue and clean up operations are only the beginning of the enormous task of restoring the communities affected by this natural disaster, and we are happy to contribute to this effort.
Vermiculite is commonly found in wall cavities and attics of older homes (built before 1980). If vermiculite is discovered, residents should contact an asbestos inspector to sample and test the material to see if it contains asbestos. The material should not be distrubed until it is tested. Samples can only legally be taken by a certified asbestos inspector. Vermiculite sampling is challenging, because of the way the asbestos settles over time. The link below provides more information about vermiculite, from the EPA website.