The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says that greenhouse gasses from aircraft pose risk to human health. Today they are taking their first steps in regulating emissions produced by aircraft.
The Waxahachie Rotary Club gets a lesson on insurance fraud and how to stop it.
Over a span of ten years, improvements were made on wastewater treatment plants and new ones were built. Now researchers have seen an improvement in the water quality of the Catalan coast.
Sri Lanka’s Customs Narcotics Controls Division are now incorporating Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) technology to help stop the large amount of drugs being smuggled into/out of the country. The technology can also detect bombs, which will make travel more safe for others.
A brief article on fire investigators and the process they go through to find the cause & origin of the fire.
A mom said she found a gooey substance, what she thinks to be mold, in her kid’s juice bottle. The company who manufactures this brand has launched an investigation and is having their product tested.
New stormwater runoff regulations begin July 1st, and California businesses are preparing by making plans to comply.
We know air pollution is harmful to your lungs and heart, but it may also cause harm to your skin.
At the University of Kansas, researchers propose using Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry or GC/MS along with Raman spectroscopy to aid in the search for organic and inorganic life on Mars.
The Water Advisory Board approves the City of San Angelo, TX to begin pilot testing a membrane filtration system. This system will allow wastewater to be treated and reused since their lake levels are slow, despite recent rainfall.
Many people across several states are experiencing the aftermath of the recent heavy rain. This new Oklahoma elementary school, still under construction, confirms finding black mold in the building.
After being indicted nearly four years ago, Ralph Miller, former owner of The Pocono Playhouse, was found guilty for filing fraudulent claims after a 2006 flood. Miller also filed several claims in years past on four separate incidents where a total three theatres and a storage building he owned all were burned down.
The EPA Clean Water Rule passed last week clarifying which waters fall under the definition of “waters of the United States” and are protected under the Clean Water Act (CWA). The rule is seeing some opposition from those who are subject to regulation now that the EPA will govern 3% more types of waters than before.
An article with different case studies in which clients knowingly file fraudulent claims shows how investigators are able to analyze the vehicle paint transfer in order to prove or disprove a client’s claim.
A bill sponsored by Suffolk County Legislature, and backed by New York environmental groups, that would ban toys with high levels of toxins from being sold by retailers is seeing opposition from the toy industry
High levels of hexavalent chromium (hex chrome) have been discovered in nearly half of the monitoring wells at UC Davis, formerly an animal testing site
Dollar Tree has settled to pay millions after ignitable liquids, batteries and other hazardous waste materials were found in trash bins
Since we spend most of our time indoors, it is important to keep indoor air clean.
Two men incurred charges after they each told officers different stories in a hit-and-run accident, vehicle paint transfer proves they both lied.
A man was charged with insurance fraud after trying to make a third claim for the same accident.
After exposure to silica dust and poor working conditions, about 500,000 backlogged worker’s comp claims by miners in South Africa are finally being paid
The Michigan Chapter of IAAI recreated ten different realistic scenarios for arson investigation training.
The cost of repairs for numerous cars are adding up after fuel contamination from gasoline and diesel mix up.
The recent flooding is wreaking havoc on many cities throughout the U.S.
It’s important to know what you and your family are breathing inside. It may be damaging to your health.
Expert proposes rain gardens as a solution to prevent the movement of pollutants in stormwater runoff
A quick and easy-to-read article on Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry. AFLab performs multiple GC/MS analyses daily!
Man charged with vehicle insurance fraud after claiming a hit-and-run that was later found to be a false claim
Contaminated diesel fuel may be putting your engine at risk because of the high pressure fuel injection, and what it requires to keep the system operational
The 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill galvanized the environmental movement. Will this week’s spill will have the same impact
Tests show there might be bacteria growing in your Keurig Machine, but like all things, regular cleaning should help avoid the problem
Take a look into how arson investigation has evolved over the years.
Try these 4 quick and easy ways to improve the air quality you and your family breathe in the home.
Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office arrested and charged 31 people involved in an insurance fraud scheme with loss claims totaling close to $7 million.
CPSC recalls Baby’s Dream Crib after lead was found in the grey paint. Lead Paint can be harmful to children
Don’t be a victim! Use these precautions to avoid becoming a target for insurance fraud
Hopefully we can see these systems put into place soon! It would definitely make for a more pleasant flight.
Gives a new meaning to the phrase “He drinks like a fish!”
A man tried to put a hit-and-run claim on his insurance, but later dropped the claim when an officer questioned the evidence. Armstrong offers a vehicle paint transfer kit to prove or disprove exactly these kinds of situations. Insurance fraud costs Americans BILLIONS a year.
Insurance fraud is costing YOU money! This is why we at Armstrong strive to aid in stopping insurance fraud with scientific testing and results.