Environmental Hygienists Launch Directory of Environmental Hygienists and Industrial Hygienists

The Environmental Hygienists Association announces its expanded and re-designed directory website Worldwide Directory of Environmental Hygienists and Industrial Hygienists to help individuals and companies find and hire a certified hygienist for building inspection.

Online PR News – 06-February-2013 – Mesa, Arizona – The Environmental Hygienists Association has updated and re-launched its directory of Certified Environmental Hygienists and Professional Industrial Hygienists in California, Nevada, Arizona, nationwide USA, Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, and Asia-wide at www.certifiedhygienists.com.

Environmental Hygienists and Industrial Hygienists are trained, certified, and experienced to provide effective mold and environmental hygiene inspection, testing, remediation, and prevention services for homes, offices, workplaces, factories, warehouses, commercial buildings, and public buildings.

Certified Hygienists can find, remove, and prevent indoor environmental health dangers such as toxic mold growth, mold and chemical volatile organic compounds, bacterial and viral infestations, lead paint, lead in water, and radon.

To kill, remove, and prevent indoor environmental problems, Certified Hygienists use high-tech equipment and products such as HEPA and activated carbon filtered air scrubbers, HEPA vacuuming, biocidal fogging and spraying, ozone gas blasting, and the safe removal of mold and bacterial-infested building materials.

Environmental and industrial hygienist services and actions are aimed at improving or maintaining essential building environmental conditions such as: (1) clean and safe water supply, (2) clean and safe ambient air, (3) efficient and safe animal, human, and industrial waste disposal, (4) protection of food from biological and chemical contaminants, and (5) clean and safe residential and workplace buildings.

The Environmental Hygienist Association provides worldwide hygienist training and certification through its training websites: (1) www.ecology-college.com; and (2) www.industrialhygienisttraining.com.

For additional help in finding an environmental hygienist and/or industrial hygienist in your area, of for information for your being trained and certified as a Certified Environmental Hygienist and/or Professional Industrial Hygienist in the USA, Canada, or Asia, please email training director Phillip Fry at phil@moldinspector.com or phone Phillip at 1-480-217-7173 or 1-480-310-7970.