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Building Health Check Provides IAQ SCreen Check Products to Investigate IAQ Contaminants at Schools and Child Care Centers

tampa florida 1/23/2007 02:00 AM GMT (WooEB)

Building Health Check Provides IAQ Screen Check Products to Investigate Indoor Air Quality Contaminants at Schools and Child Care Centers
Tampa, Florida Jan. 22, 2007  -- Building Health Check (division of Pure Air Control Services) provides indoor air quality IAQ Screen Check and evalu-aire sampling equipment and laboratory analyses to day care centers, schools, and consulting firms to support the recently passed New Jersey bill S2261/A3529 that requires the establishment of indoor air quality guidelines in the State's 4000 day care centers. The new standard will require testing at these facilities every three years or at the time of re-licensing. This new regulation was passed in response to a Mercury contamination problem that was uncovered at day care center in New Jersey that resulted in 30 children being exposed to elevated levels of Mercury vapor.

Governor Jon S. Corzine signed legislation to help ensure that child care and educational facilities are environmentally safe for the children attending them.

“This bill will help identify and remediate educational facilities and child care centers located on environmentally high risk sites,” Governor Corzine said. “This puts New Jersey at the forefront of states nationally in protecting children from environmental contaminants while at child care facilities and schools.”

According to the new law, if a child care or educational facility located on an environmentally high risk site applies for a local building permit, it must meet two sets of criteria before the municipality issues the permit.  First, it must obtain certification for indoor environmental quality from the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS). Second, it must demonstrate that the site has been remediated to Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) standards and that a DEP-issued “no further action letter” has been obtained.   Construction permits will be issued in cases where that permit is necessary to make changes to a facility in order to bring it into compliance with DHSS indoor environmental quality standards.

DHSS certification will require a facility to demonstrate that it meets indoor environmental quality standards.  Those standards will be set in the coming year by DHSS through the rulemaking process.  The DHSS regulations will be required to be protective of infants and children and must take into account the metabolic differences between adults and children.  “Keeping our children safe, sound, and healthy should be our number one priority,” said Assemblywoman Greenstein, D-Mercer.  “This legislation will give state health authorities a stronger tool to fulfill that child-protection mission.”

About Pure Air Control Services:

Pure Air Control Services (
www.pureaircontrols.com) has an in-house Microbiology Laboratory, Environmental Diagnostics laboratory (www.EDlab.org) accredited by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), the first in Florida and one of only 52 in the U.S.
Pure Air Control Services is under direct contract with the General Services Administration (GSA), Contract #GS-10F-0488R, linking them directly to federal governmental agencies as a provider for IAQ consulting, expert laboratory analysis, as well as HVAC system cleaning and mold remediation services.
The firm has offices in Tampa, FL, Atlanta, GA, West Palm Beach, Fl., Houston, TX, New Orleans, LA, Los Angles, CA and Washington, DC, that services the entire country.
The firm provides the following indoor environmental services on a national basis:
·    Building Sciences Evaluation
·    Building Health Check
·    Environmental Microbiology Laboratory (AIHA Accredited)
·    Environmental Project Management
·    IAQ-Screen Test Kits/EvaluAire and EvaluAire Pro
·    Mold Remediation Services
·    HVAC System Remediation
Clients of Pure Air Control Services include: General Services Administration (GSA); Johnson Controls; Allstate Insurance; Carrier Air Conditioning; Siemen's Building Systems; Naval Air Warfare Center, Orlando; Naval Air Station - King's Bay, Georgia; The Haskell Company; Leon County Government, Tallahassee, Florida; Pinellas County Government, Clearwater, Florida; Collier County Government, Naples, Florida; Bayfront Medical Center, St. Pete, Florida; US Army - Ft. Bragg, Kentucky; Naval Station - Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Montgomery County School District, Maryland; Citrus County School District, Florida; and many others.
For additional information on building diagnostics please contact:
Mr. Alan Wozniak, President/CEO
Pure Air Control Services, Inc.
(800) 422-7873 x 802







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