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Testing Lab Provides Free Swab Test Kit Allowing Tennessee Flood Victims to Test for Mold, Bacteria and Sewage Contamination Before Returning To Buildings


Cinnaminson, NJ

As the Clean-Up process begins in Tennessee, it is important to keep in mind that the effects of the recent rains and subsequent flooding will be felt for months to come as the general public will continue to be plagued with significant hardships like rebuilding or restoring their homes.

According to a booklet published by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), flood water can make the air in your home unhealthy. It further states that “when things get wet for more than 2 days they usually get mold. There may also be germs and bugs in your home after a flood.”

“Flooding can cause the contamination of water with fecal matter from sewage systems, septic tanks, as well as contamination from oil, gasoline and other chemicals,” reported Joe Frasca, Senior Vice President for Marketing for EMSL Analytical, Inc. “Fortunately many of the water damaged properties can be saved with proper and extensive water extraction and mold remediation and prevention techniques,” he continued.

With this mind, EMSL Analytical, Inc., a Nationwide Laboratory Network is offering Free Swab Testing Kits that will allow those trying to get back into their homes the opportunity to test their homes for Mold, Bacteria and any potential Sewage contamination prior to moving back into their homes.

To learn more about the Free EMSL Swab Test Kit, contact Nancy Stock at 800-220-3675 on the East Coast or Andrea Norman on West Coast at 866-798-1089.

About EMSL Analytical, Inc.
EMSL Analytical is a nationally recognized and locally focused provider of consumer product, environmental, industrial hygiene, food and materials testing services and products to professionals and the general public. The company has an extensive list of accreditations from leading organizations as well as state and federal regulating bodies.


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