Re: Toxic Mold? Limitations uncovered...
Posted by johncodie on 5/15/07
On 5/15/07, ff wrote:
> Wasn't AEROTECH the first to get on EPA's list. It scares the
> heck out of me to have witnessed their, in my opinion , of
> course, inadequate effort which also ignored existing data,
> was based on false assumptions, coincided with the demands of
> liable parties, etc...
US Departments Funded by Congress are precluded from giving
endorsements of qualifications, or free advertisements. There is
no implied or expressed warranties of a companies work or
certification. The use of the word "conform" is a legal word that
gives relief as to "meeting set standards". I can conform to a
companies practice and standards but there is a lack of
measurement that cerfifies that performance has been met. I
believe a former "EPA" official created "AEROTECH LABS" and saw
how the mold hype could make alot of monies over the
controversey. The longer the skeptisism, the more monies.
Just one escape clause seperates and segregates the liability,
and custody. Sure AEROTECH LABS can do EPA work but its not EPA
data. Throw in the word methodologies with conform and that
widens the gap for interpretations.
One could say that their business conforms to the methodologies
of the insurance claims gaints and go to prison for their action
for not being in the protected group; the methodologies used by
the insurance industry.
Also there is one thing to have standards much less meeting those
requirements, there is much to be said of an inspection group
that has shaky standards to labs that do the testing have as
shakey or questionable standards.
From the AEROTECH LABS INC.
Where the services to be provided by Aerotech require the use of
analytical methodologies, Aerotech will use those analytical
methodologies which CONFORM with methodologies set by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Arizona Department of
Health Services (ADHS), American Society for Testing and
Materials (ASTM), Association of Official Analytical Chemists
(AOAC), Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and
Wastewater, or other such appropriate methodologies. Aerotech may
deviate from these methodologies where, in Aerotech's judgment,
it is necessary or appropriate to do so. The nature or
compositions of a sample are examples of factors that may require
Aerotech to deviate from these methodologies. Any deviations from
the analytical methodologies set forth above will be made in
accordance with recognized industry standards, Quality Assurance
Plans and/or referenced Standard Operating Procedures.
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