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What is the Methane Mitigation Process?

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The Methane Mitigation Process requires Methane Testing is an environmental engineering process that requires certification by the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (LADBS)

If a new construction project is located within a Methane Zone, the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (LADBS Methane Soil Test) will require a Methane Test. Based on the Methane Test results, the property will be classified as Methane Levels 1 through 5. Each Methane Level has corresponding Mitigation requirements that need to be implemented in the methane mitigation design and methane mitigation construction.

The methane mitigation process can have varying cost. Learn more about the most common question and the answers to Methane Mitigation.

You and learn more about the Methane Mitigation process and the LADBS Methane Soil Test. The Los Angeles Department Of Building And Safety: “A permit from LADBS is required for any private property construction, alteration, or repair work on buildings within the City of Los Angeles.”

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