U.S. Micro-Solutions, Inc. Environmental Laboratory
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About U.S. Micro-Solutions, Inc.
U.S Micro-Solutions, Inc. is a full-service Environmental Microbiology Laboratory located in Greensburg, PA. We specialize in the analysis of fungi, bacteria, and other special pathogens, such as Legionella.
We offer the analysis of spore trap and culturable air, bulk, carpet dust, liquid, and swab samples. Our highly trained staff has extensive experience in both clinical and environmental microbiology. This special combination of experience enables our staff to accurately and rapidly identify microorganisms. Our clinical experience provides us with a better understanding of the significance of microbial exposure so we may enlighten customers with insights regarding possible harmful health effects from microbial contamination. Our well-written reports enable you to accurately identify indoor microbial issues so effective remediation can be instituted.
U.S. Micro-Solutions, Inc. is an American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA LAP, LLC) accredited laboratory, EMLAP #103009. AIHA LAP, LLC is one of the largest international associations serving the needs of occupational and environmental health professionals. Our accreditation ensures we are exceeding nationally recognized standards in performance and quality.
U.S. Micro-Solutions, Inc. is licensed in the state of Texas to perform
as a Mould Analysis Laboratory. The mission of the Mould Program is to
ensure that persons conducting
mould assessment and remediation services in Texas are properly trained
and licensed and are following minimum standards that protect the
health of workers and building occupants. U.S. Micro-Solutions, Inc.
operates under License #LAB0158.
Contamination of indoor air and horizontal surfaces is common in manufactured environments. Exposure to airborne mould, bacteria, microbial fragments and mould containing antigens, endotoxins, glucans, and/or mycotoxins, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and immunologically active particles produced by insects, arachnids and pets may pose a significant health risk to humans.
Occupants exposed to poor indoor air quality may experience a variety of symptoms ranging from sneezing, runny nose and itchy eyes to dermatitis, fever and fatigue. Indoor air quality can be assessed using a variety of sampling methods. View our Laboratory Services for more information on different analyses available with U.S. Micro-Solutions, Inc. We look forward to serving you with all of your environmental testing needs.