Environmental Hygienists Association Opens New Environmental Hygienists & Industrial Hygienist Training Center To Train Professionals in USA and Canada

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The Environmental Hygienists Association announces the opening of its Midwestern USA EHA Training Center to train Environmental Hygienist and Industrial Hygienist students from across the USA, Canada, Europe, and worldwide.

The Environmental Hygienists Association (EHA) announces the opening of its new Environmental Hygienist and Industrial Hygienist training center in Montrose, Michigan, to train and certify new EHA members from Midwestern, Eastern, and Southern USA, nationwide USA, plus Ontario Province, Canada, Europe, or anywhere else in the world.

Students will combine extensive online and home study with three days of intensive "hands on" instruction with environmental inspection, testing, and remediation equipment to be trained and certified as either a Certified Environmental Hygienist or Professional Industrial Hygienist.

For hygienist curriculum and the low tuition information, visit http://www.ecology-college.com and/or http://www.industrialhygienisttraining.com.

Environmental and industrial hygienists investigate and inspect residences, rental units, offices, workplaces, factories, warehouse, and commercial and public buildings for environmental health threats such as toxic mold infestation, bacterial contamination, lead in paint, lead in drinking water, and radon.

Read the top 100 mold health problems experienced by residents, tenants, and workers who are exposed to elevated levels of toxic mold infestation at home or in the workplace by visiting http://www.moldinspector.com.

If environmental health problems are discovered and documented, then the hygienists prepare a detailed, step-by-step environmental remediation action plan to get rid of problems such as toxic mold growth hidden inside walls, ceilings, floors, attics, basements, crawl spaces, and heating/cooling equipment and ducts.

Read the ten steps for safe and effective mold removal and mold remediation at http://www.moldinspector.com/mold_removal.htm.

Property owners or managers can then use the remediation plan to correct the problems with their own staff or by getting competitive bids from qualified and certified environmental professionals such as Certified Mold Inspectors and Certified Mold Remediators, who are available in the international mold inspector directory http://www.certifiedmoldinspectors.com.

Prospective or current environmental professionals become members of the Environmental Hygienists Association to enjoy membership benefits such as training and certification for Certified Environmental Hygienist, Professional Industrial Hygienist, Certified Mold Inspector, Certified Mold Remediator, and Certified Ozone Professional.

For EHA membership and environmental training information, please visit EHA websites, or email executive director Phillip Fry phil(at)moldinspector(dot)com, or phone Mr. Fry toll-free 1-866-300-1616. Mr. Fry’s cell phone number is 1-480-310-7970.

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