ETC’s January Industry Newsletter!

Are you looking for a way to stay up-to-date on the latest industry news and trends? Look no further than our new newsletter! Our newsletter is a monthly publication that delivers valuable insights and curated information straight to your inbox. From expert analysis to industry updates, we've got you covered.   January is Radon Awareness:...Continue reading

Do You Have a Sick Building?

With the winter season, spending time inside increases, as does incidents attributed to “sick building syndrome” (SBS). The term sick building syndrome relates to when building occupants experience health issues and discomfort that appear to be linked to time spent in a building with no specific illness or cause identified. The reactions could be found...Continue reading

The Value of Comprehensive Environmental Solutions

Environmental Testing and Consulting (ETC) prides itself in offering comprehensive services that are as thorough as necessary and completely customizable to the needs of the customer. Being able to utilize a singular business for all your testing, analysis, and remediation needs is extremely valuable, as it ensures that your environmental solutions are as efficient as...Continue reading

Testing Requirements for Rental Property Owners

As a landlord, your rental property, and the health of its occupants, is a top priority. While a property may seem safe and healthy to the naked eye, many environmental hazards may be brewing below the surface that you’re unaware of. Conducting environmental testing ensures that these potential risks are mitigated, and also keeps you...Continue reading

What is Environmental Remediation?

Most people understand the importance of testing for the existence of mold, asbestos, lead, radon, or other harmful environmental toxins, but they may not be aware of what remediation looks like for these various hazards in homes, buildings, worksites, or properties. Environmental remediation refers to reducing or eradicating environmental toxins that have been identified, typically...Continue reading