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TestAmerica Announces Webinar on Environmental Laboratory Testing Procedures
4/19/2016 9:00:00 AM
TestAmerica, the leader in environmental testing, is pleased to announce the third webinar in a four part series focused on data quality and efficiency in environmental projects.  The webinar, hosted by TestAmerica expert Karla Buechler, is entitled Inside the ‘Black Box’ of an Environmental Testing Laboratory – Basic Analytical Procedures, and will be held on Tuesday, …
EMLab P&K Houston Lab Expands, Earns NVLAP Accreditation for Asbestos Analysis
4/18/2016 5:00:00 AM
EMLab P&K, a TestAmerica company and the leading commercial indoor air quality (IAQ) laboratory in North America, announces the expansion of its lab in Houston, Texas and accreditation by the National Volunteer Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP) for PLM bulk asbestos analysis (NVLAP Lab Code 600122-0). EMLab P&K now has eleven (11) NVLAP-accredited …
Asbestos Exposure Concerns Raised at a University in California
Asbestos Exposure Concerns Raised at a University in California
4/11/2016 11:17:43 AM
In March, the  Sonoma State Star  published an article about asbestos concerns at a university in California. One of the university’s buildings was singled out by a staff member and a student over concerns that people teaching and taking classes there could be exposed to asbestos. The hall was built during a time when asbestos-containing materials were commonly used during …
TCE Vapor Intrusion Concerns have Some Palo Alto Residents on Edge
TCE Vapor Intrusion Concerns have Some Palo Alto Residents on Edge
3/30/2016 12:49:40 PM
In February,  The Stanford Daily  published an article about concerns expressed by residents of Palo Alto’s College Terrace neighborhood. The issue revolves around a construction project at Stanford and the University’s plan to manage a toxic substance found at the construction site. Some nearby residents are also concerned about if the chemical is perhaps already present …

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