The Journey to a successful business in most cases starts with an idea. In the case of Norma Paez (President & Owner of Sensitive Environmental, Inc.), the idea was simple and could be described with one word… opportunity, but the idea wasn’t enough, she set her sights on a better life in America and left her beloved family and home in Bogota, Colombia where she grew up.
Norma Paez became a CAC (Certified Asbestos Consultant) in 2000 and started her first business doing asbestos, lead and mold inspections. In keeping with the Idea of Opportunity, she remained steady in her
goals throughout the years and was able to finally create and launch her own Environmental Remediation business in 2015.
After many years of consulting, making the right connections and cultivating her business relations, a new direction emerged. Norma was confident she had all the tools and resources necessary to form and successfully run the company she is now the owner and president of… Sensitive Environmental, Inc., a company focused on ensuring a safer environment by providing Abatement and Remediation services to facilities, commercial structures and residential properties.
Her oldest daughter, Cari Lee Sladek, joined forces with her in 2017. Together they work as a team to provide the best possible service to clients.
Sensitive Environmental is aware that this is an industry in which most people have very little knowledge of. That is why we believe in giving our clients all the vital information necessary to make a decision on these sensitive issues at hand. We walk our clients through each step of the process in hopes to turn a stressful situation into a positive situation. You are in good hands with Sensitive Environmental.
The safety and health of Sensitive Environmental’s field agents and employees is the highest priority. We continue to cultivate a family culture by ensuring that all field agents and employees complete rigorous and comprehensive certification programs, therefore making them fully capable of properly handling hazardous materials.
- OSHA 1910.120 HAZWOPER
- OSHA 1910.130 Bloodborne Pathogens
- OSHA 1910.1001 Asbestos
- OSHA 1910.1025 Lead
- OSHA 1910.134 Respiratory Protection
- CALOSHA 8 CCR 5199 Aerosol Transmissible Diseases/Pathogens