Special NEHA Members

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Special NEHA Members


Sustaining Members

Allegheny County Health Department

Steve Steingart

www.county.allegheny.pa.us

American Academy of Sanitarians (AAS)

Gary P. Noonan

www.sanitarians.org

American Chemistry Council

www.americanchemistry.com

Arlington County Public Health Division

www.arlingtonva.us

Ashland-Boyd County Health

hollyj.west@ky.gov

Association of Environmental Health Academic Programs

www.aehap.org

CDP, Inc.

www.cdpehs.com

Chemstar Corporation

www.chemstarcorp.com

City of Bloomington

www.ci.bloomington.mn.us

City of Fall River Health & Human Services

(508) 324-2410

City of Houston Environmental Health

www.houstontx.gov/health/Environmental (832) 393-5155

Columbia County Health Departmentt

www.columbiacountyny.com/depts/health2

Decade Software Company LLC

Darryl Booth

www.decadesoftware.com

DEH Child Care

www.denvergov.org/DEH

DeltaTrak, Inc.

Vallierie Cureton

www.deltatrak.com

Department on Disability Services, District of Columbia

http://dds.dc.gov

Digital Health Department, Inc.

www.dhdinspections.com

Diversey, Inc.

Steve Hails

www.diversey.com

DuPage County Health Department

www.dupagehealth.org

Ecolab

Robert Casey

robert.casey@ecolab.com

www.ecolab.com

EcoSure

charlesa.arnold@ecolab.com

English Sewage Disposal, Inc.

(756) 358-4771

Erie County Department of Health

www.erie.gov/health

Food Marketing Institute

www.fmi.org

Gass Weber Mullins LLC

www.gasswebermullins.com

GLO GERM/Food Safety First

Joe D. Kingsley

www.glogerm.com

HealthSpace USA Inc

Joseph Willmott

www.healthspace.com

Industrial Test Systems, Inc.

www.sensafe.com

Inspect2Go

www.inspect2go.com

Inspek Pro LLC

mail@inspekpro.com

www.inspekpro.com

Jefferson County Health Department (Missouri)

Joe Hainline

www.jeffcohealth.org

Jefferson County Public Health (Colorado)

csanders@jeffco.us

http://jeffco.us/health

Kansas Department of Health & Environmental

jrhoads@kdheks.gov

LaMotte Company

www.lamotte.com

Linn County Public Health

health@linncounty.org

Maricopa County Environmental Services

jkolman@mail.maricopa.gov

Mars Air Doors

Steve Rosol

www.marsair.com

McDonough County Health Department

www.mchdept.com

Mesothelioma Lawyer Center

www.mesotheliomalawyercenter.org

Mid-Ohio Valley Health Department

tim.l.miller@wv.gov

www.movhd.com

Mitchell Humphrey

www.mitchellhumphrey.com

Mycometer

www.mycometer.com

National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council

www.ehacoffice.org

National Registry of Food Safety Professionals Lawrence Lynch

www.nrfsp.com

National Restaurant Association

www. …

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