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Asbestos 101

AirMD has established itself as an industry leader in the field of asbestos management, testing and consulting. Our staff of scientists and asbestos consultants are certified and licensed and have extensive experience in conducting asbestos surveys, asbestos abatement scope of work development and asbestos management. Most people have heard…

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By Simon Hahessy | Posted in Asbestos Testing

Case Study: South Carolina Hospital

AirMD provides services during the remediation process, including when emergency environmental disasters occur. Over the years, AirMD has seen first-hand many cases and has played an integral part in solving such issues. We are a nationwide environmental consulting company providing a wide range of services, from on-site testing to…

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By Simon Hahessy | Posted in Case Studies

Proactive Vs. Reactive

According to the Center for Disease and Control (CDC), Americans spend as much as 90% of their time indoors, a large portion taking place at the office. From our experience, most people are unaware of their indoor air quality because we are in a reactive-based industry. AirMD is dedicated…

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By Simon Hahessy | Posted in General

Natural + Easy Tips for Improved Indoor Air Quality

Over the years, we’ve noticed a trend with our clients. Our valued customers call us when they have an emergency or suspect that they may be having indoor environmental issues. We are operating in a reactionary-based industry. However, it’s important for us to share with you that there are…

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By Simon Hahessy | Posted in Air Quality Testing

Conquer Mold to Avoid Health Issues

Mold occurs more often than we’d like. It’s a form of fungus with various different types that grows best in humid, warm and moist environments. It doesn’t matter which country you live in; mold is prevalent worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 10-50% of indoor environments in…

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By Simon Hahessy | Posted in General

Warm Saltwater is a Hot Bed for Bacteria

Summer months are all about warm weather, vacation, and outdoor swimming. It’s good times ahead with little thought given to the potential environmental threats stemming from warmer temperatures.

Case in point, this year in Florida, a deadly bacteria residing in warm…

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By Simon Hahessy | Posted in General

Parents, Be Aware of the Invisible Dangers Lurking in Your Home

Further evidence has arisen to support the dangers children face when they are exposed to a wide range of chemicals in the air. An alliance of scientists confirms that developmental growth in children may be triggered by air pollutants, among other causes. This has resulted in the coalition publicly…

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By Simon Hahessy | Posted in Air Quality Testing

Asbestos Is A Concern When Purchasing A Property Built Prior To 1986

Asbestos is the name given to a group of minerals that are resistant to fire, heat, and chemicals. For these reasons alone, asbestos has been used widely in the construction of homes and other industries. Up until 1986, asbestos use had loose regulations, and as many as a third…

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By Simon Hahessy | Posted in Asbestos Testing

The Dangers of Pesticides

The Dangers of Pesticides

While pesticide use is beneficial when it comes to keeping trees, flowers and other plants healthy, it can be dangerous in some circumstances, especially if the proper precautions are not taken during and following its use.

Similar to Lumber Liquidators Formaldehyde Issue

Lumber Liquidators has found itself in…

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By Simon Hahessy | Posted in Pesticide Testing

Sick Building Syndrome

  1. Sick Building Syndrome

    The term sick building syndrome was first used in 1986 to refer to the ailments of those who have been exposed to harmful toxins in their homes or office buildings. Poorly ventilated buildings containing toxins may be one reason for these illnesses.

    Airborne toxins include the dyes…

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    By Simon Hahessy | Posted in Advanced Wellness Testing