MOLD investigation starts with accepted protocols for testing the air or surfaces to identify mold spores. These protocols are very helpful in establishing a baseline of what could be occurring in a home or a building. It’s also the quickest and most reasonable investigative approach. However, when individuals are experiencing unexplainable symptoms and request a deeper investigation, mycotoxin exposure testing could unveil a potential causality.
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After finding the perfect bank branch location an unexpected problem was discovered. The general contractor removed the existing drop ceiling as part of the renovation plan. Pretty soon everyone on the construction site was noticing an annoying odor.
Mueller is responsible for networking with general contractors and promoting Wellington Environmental’s services.
Molly Pryor joins Wellington Environmental as EPA Scheduler and Client Liaison Communications Manager
Pryor’s responsibilities include improving communication with existing clients and prospects across a wide range of industries.
As the pandemic continues to affect how occupants enter buildings, facility managers have to carefully consider how they’ll implement access control procedures and equipment that are both secure and safe.
After discovering a mechanical failure during the covid-19 crisis that caused elevated humidity and mold levels, a major hotel turned to engineers and technical specialists at wellington environmental to develop a solution.
A landscaping company’s office and warehouse building was flooding during heavy rainstorms. The tenant became frustrated and threated not to renew their lease. As a result of the flooding issue, the building could not be rented to another tenant without correcting the situation. Wellington Environmental was asked to perform the mold related work inside the […]
St. Louis has a rich history of historical parks and landmarks, many of them on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. One of these national gems is Tower Grove Park, which sits on 289 acres between Kingshighway Boulevard and Grand Boulevard. Founded on October 20, 1868, Tower Grove Park was a gift from Henry […]
COVID-19 has forced hospitals to change many practices and focus mainly on keeping everyone safe from exposure to the virus and away from past operational practices. Fortunately, this has created new ways for hospitals to respond and adapt. One such advantage is embracing technology to aid in deploying solutions to otherwise weak points in protocols to […]