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Bacteria Sampling

Posted on January 29, 2014
by Susana Escamilla



If you work for the Indoor Air Quality Industry you might have had many encounters with areas infected with mold. You might also know how to test an area for mold as well. However, many areas can also be affected by bacteria.Bacteria can clearly be found in any environment and when testing should be done, it is important to clear why the testing has to be done. There can be several types of bacteria testing that may include air samples, surface samples and water samples. Sampling certain areas can also determine whether certain particles are affecting and irritating individuals. Sampling the environment can also help locate where the bacteria can be found and facilitate an effective remediation plan.

If you would like more information on bacteria sampling, the Indoor Air Quality Association will be hosting a webinar on “Sampling for Bacteria.” The webinar illustrate several situations where bacteria sampling can be useful and also show different scenarios where bacteria sampling is necessary. The webinar will also show how to take air sampling for bacteria. Important and additional information to learn more about the industry and train employees on this subject. Below is video with information on bacteria sampling.



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