Bill Sothern, MS, CIH of Microecologies®, Inc. is an acknowledged contributor to the New York City Department of Health Guidelines on Assessment and Remediation of Fungi in Indoor Environments and the National Institute of Environmental Health Science (NIEHS) Disaster Recovery – Mold Remediation Guidance document.
Miceoecologies collaboration with the National Resource Defence Council resulted in residents of NYCHA housing who have asthma qualifying for special consideration under the American's with Disabilities Act, allowing the priority with respect to water damage and mold. In addition, Mr. Sothern and the Microecologies team have been involved with the Lead and Consumer Products Safety Commission testing children's toys for lead, involving both the Department of Health and Attorney General's office as well.
Our purpose, since 1993, has been to help our clients live and work in healthy indoor environments by identifying and correcting environmental hazards, including water damage and mold problems; odor, chemical vapor, and second-hand cigarette smoke infiltration problems; construction and renovation dust infiltration problems; and a host of other indoor environmental problems that have the potential to adversely affect occupant health.
Emergency Response To Flooding
Water Damage Restoration
Mold Cleanup Guidance
Microecologies® has successfully identified and eliminated indoor environmental problems for residents, property managers and office managers in over 5,000 cases throughout the New York City Tri-state area.
If you are concerned about an indoor environmental problem, please call us today at
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