With gun safety being a hot topic in the news, it stands to reason that people are also looking at shooting range safety. Care and maintenance of indoor and outdoor ranges each have their own special requirements. Making certain your range has the best available cleanup solution is a primary concern for an operator.
Shooting range cleanup goes well beyond patching holes or picking up spent bullets and shells. Lead contaminants must be remediated. In outdoor ranges, this is a complex balance to make certain that soil and ground water don't pose health hazards due to leaching. Beyond the issue of lead, any overburden of metals should be removed from the environment.
Indoor range cleanup, repair, and general maintenance for the building needs handling by safety specialists. Indoor ranges also need targeting for lead remediation. Don't risk the health or safety of your staff or patrons, this is not the optimum line item for cost cutting.
Where reclaimed metals are concerned a good rule of thumb is having the service haul it away for recycling. Great services negotiate with the smelter to get good prices for you on the lead and brass. Return on investment is always welcome.
Using a service that not only has impeccable references from other shooting facilities but high marks from OSHA and EPA should be a priority. Excellence compliance with NRA safety standards should also be considered in your choice. Informed decisions make the best sense. Best practices protect and improve your business, your clients, and your staff.
When you are ready for information on MT2, LLC specialist services, please, contact us. We have your shooting range cleanup solutions.