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EACO: The Environmental Abatement Council of Ontario is dedicated to raising the professional standards in the environmental abatement industry. The organization’s mission includes collecting and disseminating information regarding:
They also work to promote and educate industry, government, media, public and any other group or individuals in the safe handling of hazardous materials.
Date Joined: December 2012
Requirements: 5 years in business, peer review, proof of insurance.
IICRC: The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration is a certification and standard-setting non-profit organization for the working professionals in the cleaning and restoration industries. The organization formulates health and safety related industry standards for a built environment. As an American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-accredited standard-development organization, the IICRC works with international trade associations such as the International Sanitary Supply Association and the Restoration Industry Association to develop consensus based standards.
Founded in 1972, IICRC® is a global nonprofit organization with more than 60,000 active Certified Technicians and more than 6,000 Certified Firms around the world.
Date Joined: 2012
Requirements: Work within the Industry
IAQA: The Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) was established in 1995 to promote uniform standards, procedures and protocols in the Indoor Air Quality industry. The largest organization of trades and professionals dealing with IAQ issues is the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA). Since 1995, IAQA has delivered the industry’s most prestigious and respected IAQ and mold training programs. Many IAQA course alumni with sufficient experience and knowledge have also become certified by the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC), a prestigious, independent certification body for the industry.
Date Joined: 2007
Environmental Solutions Association:
ESA is a for-profit nationally recognized Pennsylvania based Sub-S Corporation. The association has over 1,000 members national, over 100 members international and access to over 6,000 industry professional who perform environmental remediation and assessments, consultation services, construction and various property maintenance services. ESA provides private training for inspection and/or remediation franchises, realtor agencies, builder associations, insurance agents, and continuing educational providers.
Additionally, they offer professional benefits including: training courses and product discounts, Professional Environmental & Omissions Insurance plus other insurances, photo I.D certifications, marketing programs, referral program, company website page advertising, rental equipment, inspection standards, remediation/restoration protocols and review, plus more.
They train their students for inspections, assessments and remediation in environmental issues such as: EPA Lead Renovator, EPA Dust Wipe Sampling Technician, Energy Audits, mold, radon, lead, asbestos, allergens, bacteria, MRSA, H1N1, virus’, Legionella, building inspections, VOC, Sick Building Syndrome, Building Related Illness, green building, remediation specifications, environmental consulting, anti-microbial product application recognized by the EPA and USDA, Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ASTM 1527-05), Transaction Screen Assessments (ASTM 1528-06), Methamphetamine labs, Indoor Air Quality and more.