EEC, Inc.

North Carolina's Leading Environmental Engineering, Health & Safety Consulting Firm

EEC, Inc. is North Carolina's one of the leading Environmental Engineering, Health and Safety Consulting Firm


  Asbestos Services
  Industrial Hygiene
  IAQ & Mold
  Lead Paint & Radon
  Site Assessment
  Hazardous Materials
  Underground Tanks



The introduction of new chemicals into the work place, coupled with traditional hazards, may pose a threat to employees and their employer.  Professional expertise is required to develop cost-effective, practical solutions to these threats that protect the worker, the outside environment, and the owner.  EEC will provide industrial hygiene engineering services that include an evaluation of the workplace, hazard and risk assessment, and recommendations for the abatement of any problems encountered. Engineering concepts will be employed to control health or safety hazards found in the work area which may cause illness, a lack of well being, or discomfort, either among workers or among the community as a whole. Our industrial hygiene services include, but are not limited to:

  • Purpose and Scope of Survey
  • Familiarization with Plant Operations
  • Field Study including Air Sampling
  • Field Study Results Interpretation 
  • Recommendations for Corrective Action
  • Hazardous Waste Assessment
  • Site Assessment
  • Underground Storage Tank - Testing & Remedial Action
  • Asbestos & Lead Programs
  • Reports
  • Follow-up Information assuring hazards have been eliminated or properly controlled

Some of the more frequently encountered industrial problems are:


Liquid aerosols, dusts, fumes, mists, vapors, gases, etc.


Radiation (ionizing & non-ionizing), noise, vibration, heat & cold stresses


Insects, mites, molds, yeast, fungi, bacteria and viruses


Monotony, repetitive motion, anxiety and fatigue

All of these hazards can be evaluated for short or long term effects on health and safety of employees. These hazards can be removed through the collection of quantitative data.  Development of corrective measures in order to eliminate existing problems can include substitution; engineering and/or administrative controls such as local exhaust ventilation or rotation of employees for the task to be performed, good working and hygiene practices and the use of proper personal protective equipment(s).


EEC, Inc. is North Carolina's one of the leading Environmental Engineering, Health and Safety Consulting Firm