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Georgia Mold Testing Laboratory Supporting Upcoming Remediation Projects of Flood Damaged Properties in Florida


Atlanta, Georgia - September 16, 2009

EMSL Analytical, Inc, a worldwide provider of environmental, indoor air quality and materials testing services has announced that their Atlanta, GA laboratory is busy providing asbestos, mold and bacteria analysis due to the recent flooding events in Georgia. There has been an increased demand for environmental testing services from environmental and inspection professionals located in Georgia.

Flood damaged properties may be prone to a variety of environmental problems including mold, bacteria, mycotoxins, endotoxins, lead, asbestos, sewage and chemical contaminations. Property owners looking to have their properties remediated for mold can visit The American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC) website at for a list of certified remediation professionals.

“Our Atlanta, GA laboratory allows Georgia environmental professionals access to fast results,” states Joe Frasca, Senior Vice President of Marketing for EMSL Analytical, Inc. “The quality laboratory analysis provided by our Atlanta, GA laboratory has been recognized by AIHA with our AIHA EMLAP accreditation for environmental microbiology analysis and by NVLAP accreditation for our asbestos analysis. In addition, EMSL maintains mobile capabilities to provide on-site laboratory analysis for large projects.”

EMSL is the world’s leading Indoor Air Quality Testing Laboratory with close to 40 laboratory locations specializing in the analysis of soot, mold, mycotoxins, bacteria, endotoxins, asbestos, radon, allergens, legionella, salmonella, formaldehyde, voc’s, metals, silica, USP797, food testing, consumer product testing, chemicals and the identification of unknown materials. EMSL’s trusted quality in providing accurate and reliable laboratory analysis has been recognized by various federal, state and private accrediting agencies including AIHA, A2LA, NVLAP, CA-ELAP, TX DOH and NYDOH. For more information, visit or call 1-800-220-3675(East Coast), 1-866-798-1089(West Coast).


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