How Intensive Farming Is Affecting Our Air Quality

  United States Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester presented the U.S. Department of Commerce – International Trade Administration’s Export Achievement Certificate to Delaware-based Batta Environmental Associates, Inc. (BATTA), represented by Neeraj Batta, BATTA’s Senior Vice President and BATTA’s President, Naresh Batta. Newark, DE — U.S. Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester (DE-AL) visited Batta Environmental Associates, Inc. (BATTA)

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Air Pollution Can Cause Alzheimer’s Dementia One of the defining moments of adulthood is when it comes time to take care of a sick or aging parent. It is truly a difficult moment. There is often conflict between loved ones, a constant questioning of one’s actions, and no shortage of stress over the cost of long

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Lead-Safe Certification for Philadelphia Landlords What is a Lead Safe Certificate? Lead-Safe Certification for Philadelphia Landlords What is a Lead Safe Certificate? If you own or manage rental properties in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a lead safe certificate is something you need to know about. New laws in this area state that you must have all properties inspected for lead paint before you rent them to families with children, aged 6 and under. How to Obtain a Lead Safe Certificate To get a lead safe certificate for your property, you will need to hire a lead paint inspection company, such as Batta Environmental, to inspect and test your property. This inspection is valid for a period of 24 months. Lead paint inspections can be scheduled quickly. Contact Us Now! The inspection company will use special equipment to read lead levels in the walls of the property. Even if lead paint has several layers of other paint over it, the equipment can still read it. If no lead is found, a lead-free certificate will be issued. However, if lead is found, the company will stop scanning the property and begin to test for lead in the dust around the home. Treated wipes will be used to wipe the walls, floors, doors, window sills and anywhere else that dust may be gathering. These wipes are then sent to a lab for testing to determine if lead is present in the dust. If no lead is found in the dust, the property can be declared lead-safe. If lead paint is found in the home, but no lead is found in the dust, it will still be certified as lead safe, but anyone thinking about renting or who works on the property should be warned of possible contamination if the paint is disturbed, such as by driving a nail to hang a picture. What you Need to do with the Lead Safe Certificate Once you have obtained your lead safe certificate, you will need to present it to your tenant, along with the supporting documentation. After your tenant signs the paperwork, you need to send or fax a copy to the Philadelphia Department of Health. You are also required to provide them with all materials that are specified in the Landlord’s Guide to the Philadelphia Lead Disclosure and Certification Law. Get a quote and schedule your certified lead paint inspection today. CLICK HERE. If you own or manage rental properties in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a lead safe certificate is something you need to know about. Laws in this area state that you must have all properties inspected for lead paint before you rent them to families with children, aged 6 and under. How to Obtain a Lead Safe Certificate To get a lead safe certificate for your property, you will need to hire a lead paint inspection company, such as Batta Environmental, to inspect and test your property. This inspection is valid for a period of 24 months. Lead paint inspections can be scheduled quickly. Call us now! 1 (800) 862-2882 The inspection company will use special equipment to read lead levels in the walls of the property. Even if lead paint has several layers of other paint over it, the equipment can still read it. If no lead is found, a lead-free certificate will be issued. However, if lead is found, the company will stop scanning the property and begin to test for lead in the dust around the home. Treated wipes will be used to wipe the walls, floors, doors, window sills and anywhere else that dust may be gathering. These wipes are then sent to a lab for testing to determine if lead is present in the dust. If no lead is found in the dust, the property can be declared lead-safe. If lead paint is found in the home, but no lead is found in the dust, it will still be certified as lead safe, but anyone thinking about renting or who works on the property should be warned of possible contamination if the paint is disturbed, such as by driving a nail to hang a picture. What you Need to do with the Lead Safe Certificate Once you have obtained your lead safe certificate, you will need to present it to your tenant, along with the supporting documentation. After your tenant signs the paperwork, you need to send or fax a copy to the Philadelphia Department of Health. You are also required to provide them with all materials that are specified in the Landlord’s Guide to the Philadelphia Lead Disclosure and Certification Law. Get a quote and schedule your certified lead paint inspection today. CLICK HERE.

Lead-Safe Certification for Philadelphia Landlords   What is a Lead Safe Certificate? If you own or manage rental properties in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a lead safe certificate is something you need to know about.  Laws in this area state that you must have all properties inspected for lead paint before you rent them to families with

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Happy Earth Day 2019

Earth Day Tips Here are simple and easy tips to help you go green, protect the earth and make every day Earth Day.   Plant a tree. Join a local park, river or beach clean-up. Use environmentally-friendly, non-toxic cleaning products. Replace inefficient incandescent light bulbs with efficient CFLs or LEDs. Reduce your carbon footprint by

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An Infection Reduction Strategy Worth Hearing About The Harvard University School of Medicine has determined that air pollution and childhood ear infections are very highly correlated. The argument was presented in a paper titled Air Quality Improvements and the Prevalence of Frequent Ear Infections in Children (Bhattacharyya et. al), which was published in the journal Otolaryngology –

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