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Mold Inspections Mold Testing Indoor Air Quality Indianapolis Indiana

MC2 Home Inspections offers residential and third party mold testing for the entire Indianapolis Metro area. We are certified through the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants (IAC2) as Indoor Air Quality Professionals. We use the very latest in mold testing equipment and techniques, and adhere to nationally recognized formal protocols for mold testing.



Depending on your situation, we will take direct samples of any visual mold via tape lift or if there is…

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Added by MC2 Home Inspections LLC on June 23, 2014 at 1:56pm — No Comments

Why I Love Sleeping?

A girl like me should be spending my free time checking out the latest fashion trends over the net or by visiting stores in the shopping centers in the city. To me, that is very erroneous because I do not share the thoughts of a regular girl. After all, I am special and does not subscribe to what society consider as normal.

Although hate anything boring, I would rather sleep all day than go out. I love to sleep in my cool bedroom with… Continue

Added by Ayline Gomez on January 29, 2010 at 12:16pm — 1 Comment

Does Your Electric Utility Offer a Green Power Option?

Does Your Electric Utility Offer a Green Power Option?





Many of our readers are interested in renewable energy, and for some of you there’s a simple and easy way to get your electricity from renewable sources — many utilities offer a green power option.



If you’re looking for more information on green power in the United States, the U.S. Department of Energy has some helpful information about green power programs, including a map and chart showing where they’re… Continue

Added by USA GREEN JOBS NOW.ORG on September 4, 2009 at 6:58pm — No Comments

Feed from Indiana Living Green Magazine

I’m dreaming of a green Christmas

No matter how snowy it is where you live, you can have a green Christmas — even though the season is rife with over-consumption. Each year in the U.S., approximately $75 billion is spent on Christmas gifts, 1.9 billion cards are sent and 20.8 million trees are cut. This year, [...]

Lose the plastic tablecloth

Renee,

Are plastic table coverings recyclable?  We were in charge of recycling at a recent parish festival and were able to recycle all the usual items: cardboard, glass, cups, cans, and bottles.  But when we were asked about the table coverings, we weren’t sure how to answer and thought you [...]

Recycling and bicycling: helmets

Renee,

I recently bought a new bicycle helmet to replace my “expired” helmet.  My old helmet cannot be reused by anyone, but can old bicycle helmets be recycled somewhere? 

Rita

Rita,

I dedicate this Ask Renee to the Indiana cyclists who have recently lost their lives while riding and their [...]

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