Hong Kong Mould & Environmental Hygiene Inspection, Testing, Remediation, Prevention & Training
by EnviroFry Upkeep Masters, LLC

   
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Divine Fry is available in Hong Kong Sept. 29, 2016, onward for the mold inspection, testing, and remediation of your Hong Kong home, condo, apartment or workplace.

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Contact Phillip and Divine Fry by email phil@moldinspector.com Phone USA 1-480-310-7970

Mould & Environmental Inspection, Testing, Remediation, & Prevention Services in Hong Kong, Macau, mainland China, and Taiwan

For toxic mold and environmental hygiene inspection, mold testing, mold removal and mold prevention in homes, offices, and workplaces in Hong Kong, Macau, and mainline China, hire EnviroFry Upkeep Masters, LLC, mold consultants Phillip and Divine Fry, who are both Certified Environmental Hygienists, Professional Industrial Hygienists, Certified Mold Inspectors, Certified Mold Remediators, Certified Environmental Inspectors, Certified Remediation Specialists, and Certified Duct Cleaning Specialists.

The Frys fly to Hong Kong for major mold inspection, mold testing, and mold removal assignments and project. The Frys' Philippines manager Ben Perez can also fly to Hong Kong to help Hong Kong property owners, manager, and tenants.  Mr. Perez is a Certified Mold Inspector and Certified Mold Remediator, who was trained and certified in the USA.

The EnviroFry Upkeep Masters, LLC, Certified Mold Inspectors are trained and experienced to find and remove visible and hidden mold growth infestations on and inside walls, ceilings, floors, attics, crawl spaces, basements and air conditioning equipment and ducts of homes, condominiums, offices, stores, workplaces, and other buildings in Hong Kong, Macau, and China.

Divine Fry is available in Hong Kong Sept. 29, 2016, onward for the mold inspection, testing, and remediation of your Hong Kong residence, condo, apartment or workplace.

To contact the USA headquarters of EnviroFry Upkeep Masters, LLC, please email Phillip Fry phil@moldinspector.com, or call 1-480-310-7970 USA. Visit website:  www.moldexpertconsultants.com.
 

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Certified Environmental Hygienists Phillip and Divine Fry
serve Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and mainland China.

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Read mould consultant Phillip Fry's suggestions for eradicating Hong Kong mould, as published in Hong Kong's South China Morning Post on April 16, 2010

"Mould Expert's Top 12 tips to prevent indoor mold in Hong Kong", published July 21, 2011, in Hong Kong's The Standard

Buy Asian Mould Health Guide 2016 Ebook for Email Delivery in Hong Kong, Macau, and China-Wide

Phillip Fry, Certified Environmental Hygienist and Professional Industrial Hygienist, announces the publication of his new ebook Asian Mould Health Guide 2016  to help property owners and managers, plus mold victims, everywhere in Hong Kong, Macau, and China-wide.

Fry’s book explains how exposure to elevated levels of indoor toxic mold can cause severe health problems for homeowners, tenants, and workplace employees, plus how Chinese physicians can diagnose and treat mold medical problems.

Humans and their pets suffer severe health consequences from exposure to elevated levels of indoor airborne mould spores thrown into the breathing air by moulds growing on and inside walls, wallpaper, ceilings, floors, carpeting, furniture, window air conditioners, heating/cooling ducts, attics, crawl spaces, and basements.

The top dozen mould health problems, according to the U.S. Government's General Accounting Office “Indoor Mold” report, which summarized 32 U.S. Government mould studies and reports, are:

1. Asthma, asthma triggers, or asthma symptoms (such as episodes or attacks); 2. Upper respiratory tract symptoms; 3. Eye symptoms; 4. Skin symptoms; 5. Allergies or allergic reactions6. Wheeze7. Cough; 8. Difficulty breathing, trouble breathing, or shortness of breath; 9. Infections (including those affecting people who have chronic lung disease); 10. Adverse effects to the nervous system; 11. Fungal colonization or opportunistic infections in immune-compromised individuals: and 12. Hypersensitivity pneumonitis.

Chinese property owners, managers, and tenants can buy the ebook for delivery by email with their Visa, Mastercard, American Express Card, or Discover Card by using this PayPal link---

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Deaths and Major Morbidity from Asbestos-Related Diseases

in Asia Likely to Surge in Next 20 Years, Experts Warn

ScienceDaily (June 10, 2011) — An alarming new article in Respirology issues a serious warning of massive rises in deaths from asbestos-related lung diseases in Asia.

Dr Ken Takahashi, Acting Director of the WHO Collaborating Center for Occupational Health, and his team put together important data on asbestos use in 47 Asian countries in this landmark article. Cyprus, Israel and Japan had the highest age-adjusted mortality rates in Asia. This study published in Respirology, a journal of the Asian Pacific Society of Respirology, will serve as an important reference document for health authorities in Asian-Pacific.

Asian countries accounted for 64% of the global consumption of asbestos in the period of 2001-2007, a striking increase from 14% between 1920 and 1970. This is a result of unregulated asbestos import and use in many Asian countries.

"Despite concerns of the global ARD epidemic and Asia's growing importance in the world, data on current asbestos use and asbestos related diseases in Asia remain limited," said Dr. Ken Takahashi. This article extracted data from the WHO Mortality Database and published literature and will inform public health planning and regional health policies in Asian countries.

The World Health Organization identifies asbestos as one of the most dangerous occupational carcinogens, declaring the need to eliminate asbestos use and associated health damages. An estimated 107,000 people worldwide die from asbestos related diseases. Asbestos is a mineral fiber commonly used for insulation in constructions. It is relatively affordable and makes it attractive in developing countries.

Asbestos related lung diseases, particularly mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis (asbestos induced lung fibrosis), typically develop after decades of lag time from first exposure. Up to 2007, Asian patients accounted for 13% of the cumulative global mortality from asbestos-related pleura-pulmonary diseases. Dr. Takahashi is concerned that "the sharp increase in asbestos use in Asia will see a surge of mortality and morbidity from asbestos related diseases in this region in the decades ahead."

This article will serve as a stern warning for Asian governments who have yet to ban the use of asbestos. Healthcare providers in Asia must also begin to equip themselves the expertise and resources to manage this 'Asian asbestos tsunami.'

Story Source:

The above story is reprinted (with editorial adaptations by ScienceDaily staff) from materials provided by Wiley-Blackwell, via EurekAlert!, a service of AAAS.


Journal Reference:

1.      Giang Vinh Le, Ken Takahashi, Eun-Kee Park, Vanya Delgermaa, Chulho Oak, Ahmad Munir Qureshi, Syed Mohamed Aljunid. Asbestos use and asbestos-related diseases in Asia: past, present and future. Respirology, 2011; DOI: 10.1111/j.1440-1843.2011.01975.x

 

Wiley-Blackwell (2011, June 10). Deaths and major morbidity from asbestos-related diseases in Asia likely to surge in next 20 years, experts warn. ScienceDaily. Retrieved June 14, 2011, from http://www.sciencedaily.com­ /releases/2011/06/110609151531.htm

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