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Identifying and Mitigating Exposure Risks to Mold and Mycotoxins

EMSL Analytical offers laboratory testing services, sampling supplies, test kits, air monitoring instruments and inspection tools to detect mold, mycotoxins and other microbial contaminants.

Cinnaminson, New Jersey, July 12, 2024 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that as molds grow, some, but not all, may produce potentially toxic byproducts called mycotoxins under various conditions. Some of these molds are also commonly found in moisture-damaged buildings, according to the agency.   EPA goes on to share that more than 200 mycotoxins from common molds have been identified, and many more remain to be identified. The amount and types of mycotoxins produced by a particular mold depends on many.......[Read More] [All News]

Respiratory Exposure Risks to Wood Dust and Other Occupational Hazards

EMSL Analytical provides environmental and industrial hygiene testing services, air monitoring instruments and personal protective equipment to detect and mitigate airborne exposure hazards and to help keep companies in regulatory compliance.

Cinnaminson, New Jersey, July 11, 2024 Back in 1995, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified wood dust as carcinogenic to humans. California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment added wood dust to the list of substances known to the state to cause cancer for purposes of Proposition 65 in 2009.  In the workplace, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports that wood dust becomes a potential health problem when wood particles from processes, such as sanding and.......[Read More] [All News]

Legionella Concerns at Nursing Home Cause EPA to Issue Emergency Order on Drinking Water Safety

EMSL Analytical offers rapid PCR and traditional culturing methods to test environmental samples for Legionella, the microbial pathogen that causes Legionnaires’ disease and Pontiac fever, to protect vulnerable populations.

Cinnaminson, New Jersey, July 8, 2024 Last month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 7 issued an emergency order under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the City of Humboldt, Nebraska, for drinking water at a nursing home and assisted living facility. This was the result of an ongoing Legionella outbreak in the facility’s water system that has caused related illnesses and fatalities. According to the agency: Legionella bacteria can cause sickness and death through two forms of Legionellosis, Pontiac fever and.......[Read More] [All News]

Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Plan Proposed by EPA for Superfund Site in Brooklyn

EMSL Analytical provides laboratory testing services and sampling supplies to identify chemical exposure risks due to vapor intrusion and other causes in the built environment.

Long Island City, NY, July 2, 2024 A proposed plan to protect people living and working in residential and commercial buildings at the Meeker Avenue Plume Superfund Site in the Greenpoint/East Williamsburg area of Brooklyn was recently announced by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). A plan is needed because the agency reports that groundwater and soil in the area are contaminated with chlorinated volatile organic compounds (CVOCs). These chemicals can vaporize and seep into buildings through their foundations in a process.......[Read More] [All News]

Research Finds Elevated Mercury Levels in the Skin of Dolphins in Southeast U.S.

EMSL Analytical, Inc. offers mercury and other heavy metal testing to identify potential contaminants in food.

Tampa, Florida, June 28, 2024 Scientists in the Southeast U.S. have recently reported elevated mercury levels in dolphins, with the greatest levels coming from the dolphins in Florida’s St. Joseph and Choctawhatchee Bays. As a sentient species that is similar to humans, the mercury levels in the skin of dolphins can often times predict the impact mercury will have on humans when consuming mercury-contaminated fish. Mercury toxicity can lead to reproductive failure, behavioral changes, and even death. Although there is natural.......[Read More] [All News]

HUD Announces Nearly $90 Million to Address Mold, Asbestos, Lead-Based Paints and Other Housing-Related Hazards

EMSL Analytical provides indoor environmental quality (IEQ) testing services, sampling supplies, test kits, monitoring instruments and personal protective equipment to identify and mitigate exposure risks to a wide range of threats.

Cinnaminson, New Jersey, June 26, 2024 Last month, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that almost $90 million is available to reduce residential health hazards for low-income families. The funds are meant to deal with lead-based paints, carbon monoxide, mold, radon, asbestos and other hazards. According to HUD: The Housing-Related Hazards Capital Fund (HRHCF) & Lead-Based Paint Capital Fund Program (LBPCF) NOFO provides grants to Public Housing Authorities and Indian Housing Authorities to.......[Read More] [All News]

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