Health Hazards Companies (Health and Safety) for the University / Academia / Research industry in Texas

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    Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc

    Manufactures a complete line of pH, Redox, and dissolved oxygen systems including sensors, stationary and retractable housings, microprocessor-based transmitters, and conductivity and turbidity systems as well as laboratory balances, titrators, density meters, UV/VIS Spectrophotometers, pH meters and pipettes — instruments which are used in research, scientific and ...

    Distributor in TEXAS (USA).

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    BREEZE Software, Data and Services / Trinity Consultants

    BREEZE modeling software predicts the impact of air emissions, fires, and explosions. Air dispersion models such as AERMOD/ISC and CALPUFF include many productivity-enhancing features such as fully integrated GIS capabilities. BREEZE Incident Analyst and LFG Fire/Risk products are used to analyze numerous accident scenarios including dense/jet gas releases, LNG ruptures, ...

    based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA).

  • Rivo Software Ltd.

    At Rivo, we've built market leading applications that transform how EHS and risk is managed. No matter the size of your organization, how many sites you have or where they are located, our apps will help you automate repeatable tasks, engage your employees and deliver razor sharp insight. We have over 180 clients across 86 countries, and our apps help them protect people, ...

    Office in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

  • EPA Alliance Training Group (Baxter Communications Group)

    The EPA Alliance Training Group (EPA Alliance) is your source for reliable Environmental Training. We are a small, veteran-owned business, formed to provide environmental regulatory training to environmental, health and safety professionals across numerous industries. We provide immediate, accurate and cost-effective environmental training, through numerous platforms such ...

    based in The Woodlands, TEXAS (USA).

  • Bowman Environmental

    Bowman Environmental was founded in 1982 by J. Thomas Bowman. From there Dr. Bowman developed the Bee-Line Software products by rewriting the EPA mainframe guideline for air dispersion models and several emergency release models for use on microcomputers. In addition to developing the most intuitive & user friendly air dispersion modeling software in the industry, Dr. ...

    based in Austin, TEXAS (USA).

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