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Been looking for a new direction to move in, away from pp. Was wondering if anyone had good or bad to say about getting certified in mold and or energy efficientcy. What is a good certification body.
 
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Primary certification bodies are IICRC (TheCleanTrust now) and IAQA.

Few weeks of schooling, OJT, passing the tests, purchasing the equipment. buying Pollution Liability and your good to to.

If I remember correctly Misery (Iowans joke at Missouri) has certification requirements?

Locate a good Industrial or Environmental Hygentist to do your clearance testing is recommended.

If you want to travel "up the road" on the Ave of the Saints to Cedar Rapids I can start your OJT....got a big project there with 7 guys. Should be done by next Wednesday.

Remember...certification doesn't mean you do a good job. Some of the best mold remediators are not certified. The certifications DO get you a lot more opportunity AND credibility.

P.M. if any questions anytime.

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Been looking for a new direction to move in, away from pp. Was wondering if anyone had good or bad to say about getting certified in mold and or energy efficientcy. What is a good certification body.
 
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Like a true Iowan....reaching out to help a brotha out!
 
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