Environmental Health Hazards Testing

January 12th, 2010 by admin

Environmental pollutants are all around us infiltrating the very air we breathe and the water we drink.  Hazardous chemicals and pesticides are now a part of our daily lives and affect our indoor air quality as well as our physical health.  These toxic materials can take a toll on our environment but more importantly on our bodies.  Keeping our homes and workplaces safe from the indoor pollution is becoming more difficult as time goes on. 


You can protect yourself and your family from the dangerous and toxic pollutants in your home by testing for these hazardous chemicals and substances yourself.  Have you ever worried about your drinking water or if there might be radon in your air at home or asbestos in the basement?  There have been many recent reports about lead in children’s toys.  Lead poisoning is very common and causes irreparable damage to a young child’s brain and nervous system.   Just because you can’t see the contaminants does not mean they are not there.  They are real and do impose toxicity health risks. 


The best way to determine if you are at risk for exposure to any of these environmental hazards is to perform a test yourself.  There is a test for many of these common health hazards and you can take control and get the answers you need.


There’s a TEST for that !


  • Lead
  • Radon
  • Asbestos
  • Mold
  • Air Quality
  • Fungus
  • Water
  • Pesticides
  • Heavy Metals
  • Bio-contamination
  • Disasters

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