Licensed by CT Department of Health and Accredited by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)
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49 Woodside Street,
Stamford, Connecticut 06902
Hygenix Inc. employs a full-time staff of environmental scientists, industrial hygienists and geotechnical specialists. The field operations of our staff are supported by a laboratory that is accredited by the Connecticut Department of Public Health, the American Industrial Hygiene Association and the New York Department of Health. To conduct on-site testing, the staff is equipped with an impressive array of electronic analyzers to detect asbestos, lead-containing paint, radon and various other contaminants in buildings and underground.
Robert C. Brown, CIH, President
Mr. Brown is president and an original founder of Hygenix Inc. Serving as Director of Industrial Hygiene, Mr. Brown oversees the firm's staff that deals with aboveground hazards in buildings. Mr. Brown holds degrees in medical laboratory science and environmental health from Northeastern, Tulane University and Columbia Universities. With more than thirty years' experience in clinical and environmental laboratory administration, public health and environmental consulting, Mr. Brown is recognized as a regional authority on the management of asbestos, lead, PCBs and other building-related hazards. In addition to holding many substance-specific credentials, Mr. Brown is licensed as a CIH in comprehensive practice by the American Board of Industrial Hygienists.
Arthur B. Morris, LEP, Secretary / Treasurer
Mr. Morris is the corporate secretary and a founder of Hygenix Inc. As Director of Geotechnical and Environmental Hazards, Mr. Morris directs the firm's programs that address underground hazards. Included in Mr. Morris' domain are the Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments, underground tank testing and evaluation of other subsurface contaminants. Mr. Morris has more than thirty years' experience in public health, laboratory management and environmental consulting. He is one of a limited number of Licensed Environmental Professionals in Connecticut, a program administered by the Department of Environmental Protection, delegating responsibility for evaluation and planning of soil remediation projects.