How is your water quality? Most of us take water for granted. We have an unlimited supply at our fingertips. But do you every think about what may be in it? The first key factor is knowing who supplies your water. If your water comes from a public water system, it is regulated by the…Details
Home is where the heart is…and where we want to relax and feel at ease. You may think that the outside air is full of pollution and contaminants from traffic, construction and industry but close the windows and you are safe in your home. If that is the case, you might be surprised to learn…Details
Have you received a violation for lead based paint? In NYC, dwellings built before 1960 are considered probable for lead based paint. In NYC, if tenants have a child under the age of 6 and they suspect lead paint, they may file a complaint with the city. NYC landlords may receive violations for lead based…Details
Lead in drinking water can be especially dangerous for young children or pregnant women, but it can affect people of all ages. Lead in water cannot be tasted, smelled, or seen. The only way to know if your water has lead in it is to have it tested. Public schools in New York State are…Details
It was an exciting season of new births in the TESTOR office. Staff on maternity/paternity leave sent insanely cute pics of little soft faces and with all this I am powerfully reminded of why we do what we do. Our children’s developing bodies must have clean water, air and food to grow into healthy, strong adults.