Asbestos 101: What It Is, Why It’s Dangerous, and How to Handle It

Category: News • April 21, 2022

This may not be the first time we’ve waxed poetic about the dangers of asbestos, but we are also aware that we may have newer readers looking for an introduction and comprehensive overview of the matter. Thus, we’re here to recap all of the big-ticket items you need to know about asbestos before getting into the nitty-gritty! Let’s start with...


The Ins-and-Outs of Industrial Hygiene

Category: News and Updates • April 6, 2022

Let us ask you a question: How often do you think about the air in your workplace? The answer may vary depending on your industry but, in many cases, employees don’t stop to consider whether or not the air at work might be making them sick. But an industrial hygienist will. In fact, industrial hygiene is to thank for many...


3 Reasons You Should Test Your Commercial Property for Asbestos Before Putting It On the Market

Category: News • March 26, 2022

Whether you’re ready to take advantage of the current real estate market and cash in on your property or you’re simply ready to hit the refresh button in a new location, one thing is for sure: You need to make sure you’ve inspected your property from every angle before you sell. What’s more, we encourage you to put an asbestos...


Answering Your Top 3 Questions About the Clean Air in Buildings Challenge

Category: News • March 20, 2022

As the most concerning waves of the COVID-19 pandemic have ebbed and flowed and now reside in the rear-view mirror, many Americans are now facing forward in their desire to return to normal. But that doesn’t mean COVID-19 is gone, nor does it mean we can afford to ignore other potentially hazardous airborne viruses. As a result, the U.S. government...


Which is Worse: The Indoor Air Quality of Your Home or Office?

Category: News • March 8, 2022

When you come home from work, we’re willing to bet you release a sigh of relief. Whether you’re kicking off your shoes and heading to the kitchen or jumping into pajamas and straight onto the couch, taking a moment to breathe is always necessary when you’re ready to rest. And if you work from home, the necessity of a fresh...