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Fungal Cells in Synthetic Bedding Can Exacerbate Asthma and Allergy Symptoms

Asthma affects 7% of the population and 300 million worldwide. During attacks (exacerbations), the smooth muscle cells in the bronchi constrict, and the airways become inflamed and swollen
Released On: 19/11/2012
Views: 3204

Superstorm Sandys Floodwaters Appeared Fast Though Recovery from Mold Continues to Grow

The flood waters carry with them sewage and other toxins. Flood water can be very toxic and may contain a number of harmful microorganisms such as viruses, mycoplasma, bacteria, protozoa, molds and other detrimental remains of biological and a-biological pollutants.
Released On: 10/11/2012
Views: 6217

Your Pharmacy…Your Health…Your Choice!

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) and state health departments estimate that approximately 14,000 patients may have received injections with medication from the three implicated lots of methylprednisolone and nearly 97% have now been contacted for further follow-up.
Released On: 10/11/2012
Views: 2208

Improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and Lower Energy Bills Utilizing PURE-Steam Coil Cleaning Process

The forward thinking Facilities Management Department at Florida State University (FSU) felt these dirty coils were nothing but a pot of gold buried in dust and debris in these air handling systems.
Released On: 01/11/2012
Views: 2484

Pure Air Control Services to Exhibit at 25th Annual Indian Festival in Tampa FL Nov 2-3

The organizers of the India Festival will be providing a free health check-up camp, as well as one of the largest conglomerations of Indian art, culture, food, and other social traditions connecting the United States to India.
Released On: 31/10/2012
Views: 2907

Hurricane Sandy - The Perfect Storm can Create the Perfect Microbial Nightmare

Flood waters can be very toxic and may contain a number of harmful microorganisms such as mold, viruses, mycoplasma, bacteria, protozoa, mycotoxins, and other detrimental remains of biological and a-biological pollutants
Released On: 30/10/2012
Views: 5172

Deadly Mold & Bacteria Linked to Unclean “Clean Rooms” – What Can Be Done?

A regular quarterly qualitative and quantitative environmental cleanroom monitoring including culturable microbiological levels, adenosine triphosphate (ATP) levels, HVAC system cleanliness and hygiene conditions/levels, HEPA filtration efficacy, temperature and relative humidity conditions and particulate types is recommended
Released On: 29/10/2012
Views: 3923

Hidden Contaminants within the HVAC System

A survey performed by the Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory of Clearwater, FL reported that Staphylococcus aureus is also a part of an indoor environment’s bacterial flora.
Released On: 22/10/2012
Views: 4221

IAQ/Mold Litigation – Is your company at risk?

According to a report commissioned by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Insurance Information Institute counts more than 10,000 mold/IAQ-related lawsuits pending in the United States, a 300% increase since 1999.
Released On: 12/10/2012
Views: 2560

9 Simple Steps to Identify Molds

Exposure to molds (allergen) can cause cold-like symptoms, watery eyes, sore throat, wheezing and dizziness, and trigger asthma attacks.
Released On: 04/10/2012
Views: 4317

Aspergillus…a Super Bug

In indoor environments, this fungus can be transported from outside or may propagate on building materials such as cellulose rich sheet rocks, etc. and can generally be isolated from floors, carpets, mattress dust, Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) system, etc.
Released On: 27/09/2012
Views: 4745

The Evalu-Aire 5000 IAQ Test Kit Introductory Sale Price $199

Building Health Check, LLC is offering an introductory price of $199.* for this product (normal price is $349) to the first 50 to respond.
Released On: 20/09/2012
Views: 3270

House Dust: A Microbial Reservoir?

Successful management of house dust related health and hygienic care requires a two-fold approach (i.e. clinical diagnosis of the sufferer and environmental monitoring of the dwelling).
Released On: 13/09/2012
Views: 3144

Protect Your Family…Identify and Reduce Your Homes IAQ Risk Factors

Good indoor air quality is difficult to detect as you cannot see it. Bad smells alone are not the only indicator of poor air quality. Interior rooms collect not only exhaled carbon dioxide and moisture from people and objects, but also numerous toxic chemicals and biological pathogens. These can enter the body via nose, mouth, skin, mucous membranes and eyes resulting in headaches, allergies, infections or other illnesses
Released On: 10/09/2012
Views: 2508

Advanced IEQ Training Course September 20-21, 2012, Clearwater, FL

The Advanced Indoor Environmental Quality training program focuses on Health and Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ), Temperature and Humidity, Ventilation and IEQ, Aspects of Indoor Environmental Quality, Usefulness of Testing, Sampling and Testing Methods, Data Collection, Guidelines for Indoor Air Quality Data Interpretation, First Responders, Sampling Plan, Building Assessments, Pollutants and Moisture Sources and Case Studies
Released On: 10/09/2012
Views: 2787

Prepare for Post Hurricane Isaac Damage of Flooding and Microbial Proliferation

With another major storm bearing down on the state of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida, be safe and consider the following if your building has been breached.
Released On: 28/08/2012
Views: 4531

National Restaurant Chain Receives Assistance from Pure Air Control Services after Recent Flooding

A national food service provider experienced catastrophic damage to one of their premier restaurants as a result of the extensive flooding. The national chain didn’t hesitant to retain the professional staff at Pure Air Control Services to assess, manage and provide environmental oversight for the restaurants clean up process
Released On: 28/08/2012
Views: 5284

Healthy Infants Use “Test Your Nest Screen Check” (TYNSC)

In keeping with the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) 1997 recommendations, it is desirable to identify and remove common allergens and modify the home or office to reduce the level of ubiquitous (common) allergens.
Released On: 18/08/2012
Views: 3139

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