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GSE ADVISOR

Laboratory Safety -

The Most Overlooked Issue in Many Schools

Some Districts are already looking at their lead in drinking water program in the rear view mirror, while many are just starting the journey. Most of the Districts we are speaking with are still in the early planning stages of fulfilling the new requirements for a mandated District-specific Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) and comprehensive sampling for lead in drinking water throughout their District. Click through for more information on lead in drinking water and key points to consider...

Effective July 13, 2016, New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) regulations require public school districts to test drinking water in schools for lead. Here's what we know...

As School Districts in New Jersey continue to report elevated lead levels in their drinking water, the pressure to test is increasing for all Districts. As a result, the State Senate and Assembly are taking action...

DON'T FORGET...
 
Final GHS Compliance Date - June 1, 2016
 
Important News UPDATE for Mold Remediation Contractors who do work 
in NY State...  
 
Valued School Clients:
 
Recent headlines about elevated lead in drinking water in Flint, Michigan, Newark Public Schools, among others, have brought attention to a very serious long standing public health issue.  GSE's public school and other public and private sector clients have been urgently calling for information and assistance. 
 
The most common questions include:
 
  • Are our buildings at risk?
"Right to Know" season is right around the corner...
 

IAQ Complaints Will Happen!

Indoor Air Quality 2011

Important News for Mold Remediation Contractors who do work in NY State...  
 
New York State has passed a new law (Chapter 55, Article 32 of Laws of New York, 2014) requiring licensure of Mold Remediation Contractors and Mold Abatement Workers and Mold Assessors (consultants) for all mold-related projects in New York State involving more than ten (10) square feet of mold.  The law takes effect on January 1, 2016. 
 

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