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Carcinogen Testing

Carcinogen Testing

Carcinogen Test

Many hazardous chemicals around us pose dangerous health problems and are significant cancer risks. M3 Environmental provides carcinogen testing in Monterey, California, and the surrounding areas.

No one likes the idea of carcinogens in our air, water, or buildings, but ignoring them won’t make the problem go away.

If you suspect your home, property, or even workplace is at risk, get professional carcinogen testing done. It’s quick, it’s easy, and it can provide great peace of mind.
 
 

What Are They?

Carcinogens are invisible and can be related to several popular types of household or workplace items. We provide carcinogen testing for many different substances, including some of the more well-known such as:

  • Radon
  • Arsenic
  • Cadmium
  • Benzene
  • Asbestos

Radon

An invisible gas that doesn’t have a smell, radon occurs naturally through the decay of uranium or thorium. However, it also is highly radioactive and sticks to dust particles. When inhaled, it can adhere to the lining of the lungs. Next to smoking, radon exposure is considered to be the second most common cause of lung cancer.

Arsenic

A heavy metal that occurs in alloys of lead, Arsenic can leach into waterways, and even be found in the water you drink. Repeated exposure to this substance can lead to bladder and kidney cancer.

Cadmium

A soft, bluish-white metal, cadmium is found in a variety of items, such as batteries, paint, and even solar cells. Although quite useful, exposure to it can occur in drinking water, especially in areas where mining has occurred. Cadmium has been linked to breast and prostate cancer.

Benzene

A colorless and highly flammable liquid, its most common use is an ingredient in gasoline. It has also been detected in plastics, synthetic fibers, rubber, and even some medications. Even slight exposure to this chemical is considered to be extremely hazardous, and long-term exposure has been known to lead to leukemia and bone marrow failure.

It’s Not Worth The Risk

If you’re concerned about these cancer causing elements around your home or workplace, contact M3 Environmental in Monterey County for certified carcinogen testing by professionals. Our team of technicians will sample the water, air, and ground thoroughly for any dangerous substances. We will provide you with a detailed report and recommendations for removal. Your health is our concern, schedule carcinogen testing today.