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Expensive (or cheap) Mold Samples don't always make sense!

9 out of 10 Assessments do NOT need sampling to find the

mold, find the water, or figure out how to remediate.

Samples MUST increase the power of your decision-making!

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Formaldehyde in Flooring - Report of wood laminates off-gassing.

Report of Lumber Liquidators laminate wood floor products in

the News March 1, 2015.

Indoor Air Quality. Air Testing.

Formaldehyde Testing.

Formaldehyde Sampling.




June 11, 2011: NIH Report on Carcinogens

Formaldahyde now on Known Carcinogen List!

Do you know what's in your "Green" building?

Some products and fixtures and cabinets labelled as sustainable, environmentally friendly, earth steward, and green are actually made with known carcinogens - like formaldehyde!

Is your energy efficient building healthy and safe? Just because someone said so doesn't make it so!

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Armour Applied Science can professionaly and accurately assess and test for carcinogens, formaldehyde, styrene, voc's, molds, bacteria, particulates and other hazards before you move in to your new office or home. That's the only way to guarantee carcinogen-free!

This latest and long-awaited report from the United States National Institutes of Health is an important advance in understanding and protecting our indoor and environmental health and safety.

Friday, June 10, 2011, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) toxicology program released the latest of 12 reports on known to be or reasonably suspected to be human carcinogens, those chemical and substances that can or might cause cancer.

From the National Institutes of Health report released Friday, June 10, 2011:

"New substances added to HHS Report on Carcinogens""The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services today added eight substances to its Report on Carcinogens, a science-based document that identifies chemicals and biological agents that may put people at increased risk for cancer. ""With these additions, the 12th Report on Carcinogens now includes 240 listings. ""Reducing exposure to cancer-causing agents is something we all want, and the Report on Carcinogens provides important information on substances that pose a cancer risk," said Linda Birnbaum, Ph.D., director of both the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) and the National Toxicology Program (NTP). "The NTP is pleased to be able to compile this report." John Bucher, Ph.D., associate director of the NTP added, "This report underscores the critical connection between our nation’s health and what’s in our environment."

From the NYTimes June 11, 2011, page A1:

"Government Says 2 Common Materials Pose Risk of Cancer"

By GARDINER HARRIS (NY Times, June 11, page A1)

"WASHINGTON — The government issued warnings on Friday about two materials used daily by millions of Americans, saying that one causes cancer and the other might. ""Government scientists listed formaldehyde as a carcinogen, and said it is found in worrisome quantities in plywood, particle board, mortuaries and hair salons. They also said that styrene, which is used in boats, bathtubs and in disposable foam plastic cups and plates, may cause cancer but is generally found in such low levels in consumer products that risks are low. ""The report also lists aristolochic acids, found in plants and sometimes used in herbal medicines, as a known carcinogen and added to the list of probable carcinogens other substances like captafol (a fungicide no longer sold in the United States), finely spun glass wool fibers (used in insulation), cobalt-tungsten carbide (used in manufacturing), riddelliine (plants eaten by cattle, horses and sheep) and ortho-nitrotoluene (used in dyes). ""Consumers can reduce their exposure to formaldehyde by avoiding pressed-wood products or buying only those that are labeled as U.L.E.F. (ultra-low-emitting formaldehyde), N.A.F. (no added formaldehyde) or C.A.R.B. (California Air Resources Board) Phase 1 or Phase 2 compliant. "

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