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Arundel Cooling, Heating and Electrical Recognized with Angie’s Super Service Award 7 Years in a Row
Arundel Cooling, Heating and Electrical Recognized with Angie’s Super Service Award 7 Years in a Row
4/25/2016 3:14:20 PM
Ever drive down the street and see a bumper sticker that says “Angie’s List Super Service Award” and ask yourself: “What the heck is a Super Service Award?” The Super Service Award is a leading national honor, it gives members confidence to invest in the services of top rated companies. Every year, Angie’s List gives the SSA to the top A-rated companies in their category, …
Ruptured Water Main in Antioch Causes Property Damage and Mold Concerns
Ruptured Water Main in Antioch Causes Property Damage and Mold Concerns
4/25/2016 9:51:44 AM
In March, the  East Bay Times  published a report about water damage to a shopping center in Antioch, California. The damage was caused by a 10” water main that was accidently broken by contractors digging nearby. According to the article, several businesses sustained damage as water and debris entered the shopping center.   Water incursions, whether due to a broken water …
WattTime Partners With Energate to Launch Green Smart Thermostat Solution to Automatically Power Homes on Clean Energy
WattTime Partners With Energate to Launch Green Smart Thermostat Solution to Automatically Power Homes on Clean Energy
4/22/2016 4:52:39 PM
Every time the heat or air conditioning cycles on inside your home or office there’s a good chance the electricity powering it is coming from a dirty power plant, which contributes to mercury and carbon dioxide pollution, harming the environment. What if there was a way to select the power plant your energy comes from, so your house could run on green, clean energy? Today, …
Dallas Asbestos Testing Laboratory Receives TDSHS License
Dallas Asbestos Testing Laboratory Receives TDSHS License
4/22/2016 10:06:35 AM
EMSL Analytical, Inc. is pleased to announce that its Dallas, Texas laboratory has received the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS) license for asbestos PLM analysis. EMSL Dallas is now ready to accept samples for asbestos analysis in materials and environmental samples to help prevent exposure. “EMSL is proud to receive this TDSHS license and extend asbestos …
Parents Concerned about Lead Contamination in Students’ Drinking Water
Parents Concerned about Lead Contamination in Students’ Drinking Water
4/21/2016 11:51:40 AM
Ever since elevated levels of lead were found in drinking water in Flint, water quality and lead contamination have garnered the media’s attention. Recent high profile cases involving schools have caused concern for many parents across the United States.  Just last month, New Jersey’s largest school district shut off water fountains in 30 buildings throughout the district …
TestAmerica Announces Webinar on Polyfluorinated Alkyl Substances
4/21/2016 9:00:00 AM
TestAmerica, the leader in environmental testing, is pleased to announce the newest installment in its Ask the Expert webinar series.  On Tuesday, May 3 at 1:30 P.M. EST, TestAmerica expert Karla Buechler will present a webinar entitled The Analysis of Polyfluorinated Alkyl Substances (PFAS) Including PFOS and PFOA.    The webinar will focus on the unique …
Identifying Sewer Gas Exposure Concerns in Homes and Buildings
Identifying Sewer Gas Exposure Concerns in Homes and Buildings
4/20/2016 10:52:50 AM
Exposure to sewer gas is a concern due to its unpleasant odor, health effects associated with breathing toxic gases and potential asphyxiation concerns. In high concentrations, it can create explosion hazards and even in low concentrations could lower property values. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services reports that sewer gas is a complex mixture of toxic and …
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, …
Small Biz Mechanix wins 2016 Best of The West Small Business of the Year Award
Small Biz Mechanix wins 2016 Best of The West Small Business of the Year Award
4/17/2016 3:28:40 PM
Dave Krygier, principal and founder of consulting and content creation company, Small Biz Mechanix, recently found himself crossing the stage in a suit for the first time in many years. Normally a behind the scenes content producer and copywriter who creates and captures the story, it was a humbling experience for the 30-year small business veteran. His company was awarded …
Sewage Contamination and Indoor Exposure Concerns for Building Occupants
Sewage Contamination and Indoor Exposure Concerns for Building Occupants
4/7/2016 10:49:41 AM
When water damage occurs in a home or building it can result in extensive damage to building materials and belongings. If that water contains sewage, it can also create immediate potential health concerns for anyone who works or lives in the building. In addition to the unpleasant nature of sewage contamination, it can expose people to a wide range of pathogens, including …
Dangerous Bacteria known as CRE Discovered in California Sewage Plant
Dangerous Bacteria known as CRE Discovered in California Sewage Plant
4/5/2016 11:57:29 AM
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reportedly found difficult to treat bacteria in a sewage plant in the Los Angeles area earlier in March. The superbug is known as carbapenem-resistant  Enterobacteriaceae  (CRE). CRE are resistant to many antibiotics, making them difficult to treat. CRE infections are common in hospitals, nursing homes or other healthcare …

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