Category: Blog

Celebrating Black History Month: An Inspiring Interview with a Trailblazer

As we celebrate Black History Month, it’s an opportune time to reflect on the profound impact of African American culture, resilience, and contributions throughout history. This month serves not only as a commemoration of the struggles and triumphs of Black individuals but also as a reminder of the ongoing journey toward equality and justice. In…
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Annual Emission Reporting: Understanding Its Impact, Importance, and Compliance

Annual emission reporting may not sound like the most exciting topic, but it plays a crucial role in our efforts to combat climate change and protect the environment. In this blog post, we will delve into who is affected by emission reporting, why it is important to be compliant, and how to get it done…
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The Importance of Complying with Environmental Health and Safety Regulations

Environmental health and safety regulations play a critical role in safeguarding our planet and protecting the well-being of individuals and communities. These regulations are designed to ensure that businesses and organizations operate in a manner that minimizes their impact on the environment and promotes the health and safety of employees and the public. In this…
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Noise Testing

Noise Exposure Testing and Analysis

Noise, noise, noise! It’s everywhere we go these days. From the buzz of traffic to the hum of machinery, our ears are constantly bombarded with sound. But have you ever wondered how all this noise affects our health? That’s where noise exposure testing and analysis comes in. So, what exactly is noise exposure testing? Well,…
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Understanding Surface Sampling for Fentanyl

Understanding Surface Sampling For Fentanyl Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid that is known to be highly potent and dangerous. It is often used in medical settings for pain management, but it has also been increasingly used as a recreational drug, leading to a rise in overdose deaths. Due to its potency, even a small…
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How Wild Fires Lead to Particulate Contamination

How Wildfires Lead to Particulate Contamination The wildfires that have been raging in California have caused widespread damage and have had a significant impact on air quality in the region. One of the major concerns arising from these fires is particulate contamination, which can have serious health consequences for those exposed to it. Particulate matter…
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Lead in Water

Lead in Water Exposure to lead—like that found in contaminated water—can result in significant health problems. Children are particularly at risk because their growing bodies absorb more lead than adults. Negative health effects include anemia, kidney, and brain damage, as well as learning disabilities and decreased growth. Many young children spend significant time in childcare settings. According…
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Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Bernadette Zita Breast Cancer is the most common form of cancer seen among American women aside from skin cancers. With a 13% chance of developing breast cancer at some point in a woman’s life, nearly 1 in 8 women are affected by this disease in the United States. While there is…
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National Women’s Small Business Month

In October, National Women’s Small Business Month highlights the benefits and industry women bring to communities when they own a small business. With over 11 million women owning small businesses in the United States, there’s plenty of opportunities to get involved. Women are a driving force in the nation’s economy, starting most new businesses. They…
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Noise Pollution- What is That?

Noise Pollution: What is That? Everyone has experienced noise pollution and its adverse effects on physical and mental health. A fire alarm going off in the middle of the night keeps you awake.  A rock concert that was just a little bit too loud that leaves your ears ringing the next day. These are just…
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