Professor Warns Some Winnipeg Residents of Potential Soil Contamination Hazards
EMSL Analytical offers soil testing services to protect the public, workers and the environment from exposure risks to hazardous materials.
Mississauga, ON, September 18th, 2017
In August, the Winnipeg Free Press published an article that has caught the attention of residents of Winnipeg, Manitoba. In the article, a university professor advises residents in some areas of the city to not eat vegetables from their gardens after high levels of several metals were found in soil tests. These tests, taken near an industrial park that houses a recycling business, showed elevated levels of copper, zinc and lead. Due to these discoveries, the professor has recommended more vigorous soil.......[Read More]
Registration Opens for EMSL’s Asbestos Building Inspector Refresher Course for Pennsylvania and New York Professionals
EMSL Analytical is pleased to offer and host this half day refresher course at their dedicated training center in their corporate headquarters.
Cinnaminson, NJ, September 15, 2017
Pennsylvania and New York building inspectors, management planners, facility managers and environmental consultants involved with asbestos issues are invited to take part in EMSL’s Building Inspector Refresher Course. The half day course is being held on Friday, September 22nd at EMSL Analytical, Inc.’s training center in Cinnaminson, New Jersey.
EMSL is proud to be accredited by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry to provide asbestos training classes. These courses are in.......[Read More]
Lead and Asbestos Dangers Exposed During Hurricane Irma and Harvey Recovery Efforts
EMSL Analytical provides testing services, sampling supplies and easy-to-use test kits to identify exposure hazards that may be present following storm damage.
Cinnaminson, NJ, September 14, 2017
On Tuesday, officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced that initial estimates indicate that 25% of homes in the Florida Keys have been destroyed and 65% have major damage caused by Hurricane Irma. The destruction from Irma has not been limited to just Florida, as significant property damage has occurred all the way north in parts of Georgia and South Carolina. Include the destruction from Hurricane Harvey several weeks ago and damage estimates from both storms are well over.......[Read More]
Hurricane Irma Damaged Properties Now Face Mold Contamination Concerns
EMSL Analytical provides testing services, sampling supplies and easy-to-use kits to identify mold and other microbial contaminants following hurricane damage.
Miami, FL, September 13, 2017
As the scope of damage caused to properties across Florida becomes clearer, state officials are warning residents from some of the hardest hit areas to stay away until further notice. This is the case for parts of the Florida Keys where Hurricane Irma first made contact with land as a Category 4 storm.
Estimates of the damage to properties statewide vary, but a recent projection of insured losses by one risk forecaster put the figure at $40 billion. The total for uninsured losses remains unclear, but it too.......[Read More]
Bacteroides Testing Services from EMSL Analytical, Inc. can benefit Florida Flood Victims
EMSL Analytical, Inc. Bacteroides Testing provides fast lab results for sewage contamination source tracking
Miami, FL, September 12, 2017
Hurricane Irma’s vicious winds and damaging rain has caused flooding throughout southern Florida, which may result in many threats of toxic pollution to the state’s water, soil and air. These potential hazards need to be detected, monitored, and eliminated as quickly as possible to avoid long-lasting problems. The need for sampling is higher than ever in order to ensure the safety of Florida’s residents. This is due, to the hurricane’s impact on the water supply. EMSL Analytical, Inc........[Read More]
Many Teachers and Students Nationwide Return to Moldy Schools
EMSL Analytical provides testing, sampling supplies and easy-to-use test kits to identify mold and other indoor environmental quality issues.
Cinnaminson, NJ, September 12, 2017
Over the past 30 days, school districts in most states across the country have opened their doors to students and teachers to begin the new school year. Unfortunately, in all too many schools, students and faculty have come back to facilities that developed mold and moisture problems during the summer months.
The news has been filled with stories of mold and indoor air quality (IAQ) complaints at schools, classes being moved to other buildings, and even delays to the start of the school year so mold.......[Read More]