Clearwater, FL – The ProTalks Webinar entitled IAQ Screening & Detecting Mold and Bacteria hosted by Grainger/Professional Equipment (PE) and presented by Pure Air Control Services is FREE and is scheduled for January 24, 2013 8:00 – 9:00 pm EST.
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Learn about indoor air quality testing with Dr. Rajiv Sahay, CIAQP, FAIS world renown mycologist/microbiologist, lab director for Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory (EDLab) and the shows host Cy R. Garner of Pure Air Control Services, Inc an industry leading indoor environmental firm with over 28 years experience with 600 million sq ft and over 10,000 building diagnostics evaluations.
This free webinar will cover screening and detecting IAQ contaminants, like mold and bacteria, and the potential health hazards associated with long-term exposure.
About the Course: IAQ Screening & Detecting Mold and Bacteria. The Pro Talks webinar presentation topics include:
Who Should Attend: Building contractors, air conditioning contractors, plumbers, engineers, home inspectors, remodelers, indoor air quality practitioners, mold inspectors, roofers, mold remediators, architects and construction industry?
Call 1-800-422-7873 ext 805 for further information or Register Now!: IAQ Screening & Detecting Mold and Bacteria
About Pure Air Control Services:
Founded in 1984 by Alan Wozniak, President/CEO in what began as a small mechanical contracting business has grown into an award winning, industry leading indoor air quality (IAQ) service company serving many fortune 500 corporations, school boards, universities, county, city, state and federal governments and consumers across the US. The firm has serviced over 600 million square feet of indoor environments in over 10,000 facilities.
Pure Air Control Services nationally performed IAQ services include: Building Sciences Evaluation; Building Health Check; an AIHA accredited Environmental Microbiology Laboratory; Environmental Project Management; and Duct Cleaning & Mold Remediation Services, among other indoor environmental services. The company’s expanding client roster includes the General Services Administration (GSA); Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Florida State University (FSU), Allstate Insurance; Carrier Air Conditioning; Naval Air Warfare Center, Orlando; and Naval Air Station - King's Bay, Georgia, and many other Fortune 500 companies, school boards, and city, state, and county governments, making Pure Air the reliable industry leader.
For more information, visit the company’s web site or contact: Alan Wozniak or Cy Garner 1-800-422-PURE ext 802 or 804 respectively.
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