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

Environmental Testing for Compliance

Environmental testing is not only an asset to any building owner, but actually a legal requirement. First and foremost, it saves lives. Identifying and eradicating potential hazards leads to a higher quality of life for building occupants and can decrease the risks of deadly health concerns significantly. This is the primary reason that so many...Continue reading

Asbestos Testing: Why It Matters

People are often knowledgeable and aware of the dangers of mold, and test for it regularly, but asbestos is a major health concern that often gets overlooked by residents and building managers. Testing for asbestos fibers not only protects the health and safety of building occupants, but also ensures that your building stays up to...Continue reading

Staying Up-to-Date on Certifications for Environmental Inspectors

Environmental inspectors are responsible for ensuring that clients’ residential, commercial, or rental properties are in compliance with local, state, and federal environmental regulations. These are often complex and ever-evolving regulations, making it crucial that environmental inspectors stay up-to-date on certifications to remain knowledgeable in order to provide the best service to clients and customers. However,...Continue reading