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  • Heavy Metal Safe*

    The EPA, OSHA and other regulatory agencies created to protect our lives and our natural resources have increased legislation to control heavy metals such as lead, chrome, cadmium and other metals in all products where exposure is a health threat. Fibergrate Composite Structures Inc. supports this strengthened legislation and has, for more than 20 years, voluntarily tested for heavy metals in our products and minimized or eliminated heavy metals from our products.

    We are pleased to announce that Fibergrate will begin labeling its products as "Heavy Metal Safe" as a sign of our commitment to continue to provide safe "green" products to our customers. To ensure safe conditions for our environment, our customers and our employees for generations to come, Fibergrate recommends that only heavy metal safe FRP products be purchased.

    Fibergrate will continue to work with our suppliers to ensure our products remain heavy metal safe. Fibergrate maintains test reports to support our products and to ensure safe fabrication, installation and disposal.

    Should you have any questions about heavy metals, why this issue is important to you or how it can affect your business, please contact Fibergrate Composite Structures Inc.

    Click on the links below to find out more about Heavy Metals.

    Why Are Heavy Metals An Issue?

    How Can Heavy Metals Affect My Business?

    Click here for links to the EPA and OSHA sites to learn more about their requirements.

    * We consider our products to be "Heavy Metal Safe" because none of the nine regulated heavy metals (lead, chromium, cadmium, barium, arsenic, mercury, selenium, silver and nickel) are present in our products at levels that exceed the EPA's regulated levels for such heavy metals.