Working Like a Dog: The Effect of Fire Fighting Foams on Canine Arson Investigations

Foaming agents and bioremediation additives are now increasingly used in fire suppression. Though helpful, their use raises the question of what effect they may have on the detection and identification of ignitanle liquid residues (ILR).

Read ‘Working Like a Dog: The Effect of Fire Fighting Foams on Canine Arson Investigations’ by Sacramento Chemical Laboratory Manager, David Brien – click here.

Dig Up Dirt On Environmental Issues Before One Shovel Goes in the Ground

Before your next construction project begins, you should consider some important environmental issues that could impact your project. A hazardous materials building survey and environmental site assessment can prove invaluable to managing potential impacts, worker exposures and overall costs.

Read ‘Dig Up Dirt On Environmental Issues Before One Shovel Goes in the Ground’ by Keith Pokorny, LEED AP – click here