Duke Energy Customers! Sign in to learn how to track daily and weekly energy usage with Duke Energy.

Duke Energy Smart Meter Learn how to set up and track your energy usage on a monthly or weekly basis with your smart meter. ¿Busca información en español? It’s super easy to track your daily energy use online – and so worth it. Simply sign in to your online account on our website or mobile appContinue reading “Duke Energy Customers! Sign in to learn how to track daily and weekly energy usage with Duke Energy.”

Morgan County Indiana Mold Problems

If you live in Indiana, your home has likely encountered long periods of moisture with varying cool to warm temperatures.  And that means your home may have experienced, or currently experiences conditions of active mold. Mold Spores can be dangerous to your health.   Exposure to mold occurs through breathing, ingesting, or making direct contact withContinue reading “Morgan County Indiana Mold Problems”

Helpful guide to Environmental Pathways

The Built Environment Assessment Tool Manual This manual explains the importance of understanding and measuring the built environment and provides a tool for doing so. What is the Built Environment? The built environment includes the physical makeup of where we live, learn, work, and play—our homes, schools, businesses, streets and sidewalks, open spaces, and transportationContinue reading “Helpful guide to Environmental Pathways”

Lead Poisoning Testing

Protecting children from exposure to lead is important to lifelong good health. No safe blood lead level in children has been identified. Even low levels of lead in blood have been shown to affect learning, ability to pay attention, and academic achievement. While the effects of lead poisoning may be permanent, if caught early thereContinue reading “Lead Poisoning Testing”

Radon Test Kits and Mitigation Professionals

If you are interested in finding a service provider to test for radon or mitigate (fix) your home, contact your state radon program for help in finding qualified professionals in your state.   Currently, EPA requires state receiving indoor radon grants to maintain and provide the public with a list of only those radon service providers whoContinue reading “Radon Test Kits and Mitigation Professionals”