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Environmental Hygienists Association Announces Expanded Directory of Industrial Hygienists and Environmental Hygienists
The Association’s Worldwide Directory of Professional Industrial Hygienists and Certified Environmental Hygienists lists industrial hygienists and environmental hygienists who serve the USA, Canada, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Industrial hygienists and environmental hygienists are trained and certified to pursue and achieve these environmental objectives:
1. Locate and identify bioaerosol contaminants such as airborne toxic mold spores and poisonous mold mycotoxins and bacterial contamination. Bioaerosol (short for biological aerosol) contaminants are airborne particles that either contain living organisms or were released from living organisms.
2. Find and identify mold species and bacterial types present on surfaces or hidden inside walls, ceilings, floors, crawl spaces, basement, attics, and heating/cooling equipment and ducts.
3. Remove safely toxic mold and bacterial infestations and other indoor environmental health threats from homes, apartments, offices, workplaces, and commercial buildings, with high-tech equipment such as high output ozone generators to kill germs, mold spores, and mold growth.
Persons who want to be trained and certified online to be a Professional Industrial Hygienist can visit the website www.industrialhygienisttraining.com. For training and certification for Certified Environmental Hygienist, visit the website www.ecology-college.com.
For additional information and help to solve mold and other indoor environmental problems with the skilled professional services of industrial hygienists and environmental hygienists, please email E.H.A. executive director Phillip Fry email@example.com or phone Phillip toll-free 1-866-300-1616 (USA and Canada) or Phillip’s cell phone number 1-480-310-7970.
Environmental Hygienists Association
10104 Sheridan Rd
Montrose, MI 48457, USA