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  A. Setting up new client account with SEEML

Taking advantage of SEEML great services and opening a new SEEML account is a simple task that can be accomplished by following the steps outlined below:

1. Download, print and fill the new client confidential
    Credit Application form. Click here to download
2. Fax the completed form to SEEML accounting at (864) 233-6589 or email to daina@seeml.com
3. Mail or deliver samples to the following
    address: 102 Edinburgh Court, Greenville, SC 29607


  B. Submitting samples

To submit samples for analysis by the SEEML team, follow the steps outlined below:
1A. Download, print and fill the SEEML Mold Chain of Custody form.
    Click here to download SEEML Mold COC
1A.1 Download, print and fill the SEEML Houston Mold Chain of Custody form.
    Click here to download SEEML Mold COC
1B. Download, print and fill the SEEML Asbestos Chain of Custody form.
    Click here to download SEEML Asbestos COC
1C. For Bacterial Samples, download, print and fill the SEEML Miscellaneous Test Chain of Custody form.
    Click here to download SEEML Miscellaneous Test COC
  2. Mail or deliver samples to our Greenville Lab at the following address:
    102 Edinburgh Court,Greenville, SC 29607

or to our Houston Lab at


440 Cobia Drive, Suite 1703, Katy, TX. 77494


  3. SEEML will notify you when samples are received and when sample analysis is completed.

C. For SEEML Mold pricing and turnaround schedules contact the lab at (864) 233-3770.
D. If paying by credit card, Click here to download the Credit Card Authorization form
E. For ordering supplies, download, print and fill the Supplies Request form( Download Files).
After filling the form, please email to reports@seeml.com or fax to (864) 233-6589.


  F. Resources and useful links
Environmental Protection Agency
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Tools for Schools (TfS) Program http://www.epa.gov/iaq/schools/index.html IAQ Tools for Schools-Managing Asthma in a School Environment-Additional Resources http://www.epa.gov/iaq/schools/asthma/ar.htm
EPA's Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Home Page
Asthma Triggers-Molds
Indoor Air Pollution-An Introduction for Health Professionals (online book)
EPA "Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings" http://www.epa.gov/iaq/molds/index.html

University of Minnesota Extension Service and Minnesota Department of
Environmental Health
Mycological Aspects of Indoor Air Quality
School Indoor Air Quality Questions
Airborne Fungal Glossary
Fungal Pictures

National Center for Environmental Health
Questions and Answers on Stachybotrys chartarum and other molds http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/asthma/factsheets/molds/default.htm
MMWR Weekly publication, March 10, 2000 / 49(09);180-4
Update: Pulmonary Hemorrhage/Hemosiderosis Among Infants---Cleveland, Ohio, 1993-1996
National Center for Infectious Disease, Division of Bacterial and Mycotic Diseases
Index of general information pages http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dbmb/diseaseinfo/
Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene
Questions and Answers About Molds http://mdpublichealth.org/oeh/html/mold.html
Maryland Childhood Asthma Program
California Department of Health Services
Mold in My Home What Do I Do
Environmental Health Investigations Branch, mold publications online (Fungi & Indoor Air Quality) http://www.dhs.cahwnet.gov/org/ps/deodc/ehib/EHIB2/topics/mold.html
NC State University, Cooperative Extension
Mold, dust mites, fungi, spores, and pollen Bioaerosols in the human environment
New York City Department of Health, Environmental & Occupational Disease Epidemiology
Facts About Molds

University of Texas
Medical Mycology
Mycology Dictionary
National Academy of Science, Institute of Medicine
Clearing the Air: Asthma and Indoor Air Exposures (online book)
American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
HC Information Resources (AAFA)
Book References GENERAL IAQ
  Bioaerosols: Assessment and Control, ACGIH 1999 (publication # 3180). ACHIH.org
Biological Contaminants in Indoor Environments, ASTM STP 1071.
Field Guide for the Determination of Biological Contaminants in Environmental Samples, AIHA.
Fungal Contamination in Public Buildings: A Guide to Recognition and Management (Canadian guideline: Health Canada, http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ehp/ehd/catalogue/bch_pubs/fungal.pdf).
Guidelines on Assessment and Remediation of Fungi in Indoor Environments. New York City Department of Health.
Manual of Clinical Microbiology (excellent for bacteria). 6th ed. Patrick Murray (ed.), American Society for Microbiology Press, 1995.
Manual of Environmental Microbiology (chapters on aerobiology). Christon J. Hurst (ed.), American Society for Microbiology Press, 1997.
Microfungi. Suzanne Gravesen, Munksgaard Press, ISBN 87-16-11436-1.
Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 19th ed.. Andrew Eaton, et.al., APHA, 1995.
Understanding Microbial Contamination in HVAC Systems. National Air Duct Cleaning Association (NADCA) 202-737-2926.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
NIOSH-EPA Building Air Quality Action Plan-Table of Contents

  SEEML Consultative services  

- Assist in the development of sampling protocol;
- Assist in the interpretation of analytical results;
- Provide expert witness support.
- Recommendation of Certified Industrial Hygienists, Certified Microbial Consultants, and experience remediation contractors nationwide to assist you with building inspections, problem resolution, and clearance testing

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  (864) 233- 3770
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