The EIA National Conference & Exhibition has consistently, for 35 years, been a gathering the best of the industry’s professionals in asbestos management, mold identification and remediation, lead-based paint abatement, environmental sampling and analysis, indoor air quality, regulatory compliance audits, environmental site assessments, and environmental management systems. EIA 2018 presents a comprehensive conference designed to
VERONA NY – The Professional Abatement Contractors of New York (PACNY) will once again hold their annual conference at Turning Stone Resort on February 28 – March 2, 2018. This event typically draws near 500 attendees from the northeast each year, with environmental-related topics on asbestos, mold, silica, lead and more. http://www.pacny.org/events.html Wednesday, February 28,
How Outdoor, Indoor Health Effects Became Story of Year By Susan Valenti Corliss With this issue of Healthy Indoors combining two months of information, we also had two different directions for a cover story. The options were how air quality can affect health for November, and the traditional year-end review for December. When we
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Water taps at three San Francisco schools have been turned off after samples were found to contain lead levels above federal safety standards, according to school district officials. The San Francisco Chronicle identified the three schools as West Portal and Malcolm X elementary schools and San Francisco International High School.
The January digital edition of Healthy Indoors Magazine’s cover story is on Mold: Sorting the Facts from the Fiction. This issue also has timely articles on Radon and Lead, along with all the other valuable monthly features and information you’ve come to expect! Click here to read the January 2017 Digital Edition now!
Are You Planning to Buy or Rent a Home Built Before 1978? Did you know that many homes built before 1978 have lead-based paint? Lead from paint, chips, and dust can pose serious health hazards. Read this entire brochure to learn: • How lead gets into the body • About health effects of lead •
DayByon McIntyre, 2, reacts after the fact as a Multnomah County Health Department worker draws his blood for lead testing. The second of two lead testing clinics put on by the Multnomah County Health Department took place Tuesday night at Creston. By Molly Harbarger | The Oregonian/OregonLive Email the author | Follow on Twitter on