Construction at Berkeley
- Departments must identify equipment desired for release by creating a list for Equipment Management (contact: email@example.com).
- Department equipment listings must provide a BETS #, Serial #, building and room number of the equipment intended for release. Departments must also include: equipment history, associated chemical use, biological use or radiation use authorizations - where applicable.
- Verify and update equipment building, room and description to match BETS records.
Lab Decommissioning FAQ
Soil Excavation: Sampling for Import and Disposal
Environmental permits depend on the design, activity and size of the project as well as the disturbance that will occur to: soil, air or if there are potential impacts to water.
Some construction work has environmental compliance elements that are not a permitting process, but rather a documentation process, involving some due diligence.
Examples of permits required before performing work or are dependent on equipment selection:
EH&S offers environmental and occupational safety (CalOSHA) consultation and project assessments free of charge to campus project managers. If analytical testing or other services are required by your project that incur a cost to EH&S, a chartstring and EH&S Recharge account will be needed from your project.
Contact the Construction Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a project assessment or inspection.
Typical environmental services and inspections for construction include: