402R93075 Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms 416 1993 NEPIS online BO 03/26/98 hardcopy single page tiff ojs sooa services oas uoqjbq s13 attorney firms consumer ba3 uon firm office iaq jojooq street mitigation name sas evaluation xvEPA U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Indpor Air Division Office of Air and Radiation (6203J) urveyOf Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic And Mitigation Firms EPA 402-R-93-075 July 1993 o Co 072 ce i'"-'- 4 \- '"") r \ ..-, - -.*.* IB image: ------- image: ------- Disclaimer This report documents the results of a survey conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) during the summer of 1992, in which firms providing indoor air quality diagnostic and mitigation services were invited to fill out a voluntary questionnaire. EPA did not attempt to verify the accuracy of the information reported by the respon- dents or to evaluate the quality of the services they provide. EPA assumes no legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy of the information or the qualify of the services provided by the respondents. Reference to any firm or service in this report does not constitute or imply approval, recommendation, endorsement, or accreditation of any kind by EPA. Representation to the contrary by any individual or firm should be brought to the attention of the Indoor Air Division (6203J), Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M Street, S.W., Washington, D.C., 20460. Some firms included in this document report offering services for radon or asbestos. Inclusion of such firms in this report does not mean or in any way imply that EPA certification or proficiency requirements for these contaminants have been met. In addition, EPA recognizes that the firms identified here do not constitute a complete listing of firms that provide indoor air quality diagnostic and mitigation services. Therefore, EPA invites any firm that provides such services to submit a completed survey questionnaire. Ques- tionnaires may be duplicated from Appendix A and sent to the Indoor Air Division at the above address. Data from newly submitted questionnaires will be included in any future updates of this report. EPA welcomes comments by any individuals or organizations that use this report. image: ------- image: ------- Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Indoor Air Division Office of Radiation and Indoor Air U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 401 M Street, SW Washington, DC 20460 July 1993 image: ------- image: ------- TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY vii CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION , i 1.1 LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY FOR THE SURVEY 1 1.2 HISTORY OF THE SURVEY ." 1 1.3 SCOPE AND ORGANIZATION OF THIS REPORT . 2 CHAPTER 2 METHODOLOGY 3 2.1 DESIGN OF THE SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE ... 3 A. Changes from the 1988 Survey 4 B. Additions to the 1992 Survey 5 2.2 IDENTIFICATION OF FIRMS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE SURVEY ... 6 2.3 DEVELOPMENT OF THE SURVEY DATA BASE 8 CHAPTER 3 RESULTS OF THE SURVEY 9 3.1 CHARACTERIZATION OF IAQ FIRMS .... 9 A^ Number and Geographic Distribution of IAQ Firms 9 B. Service Area 10 C. Main Line of Business 11 D. Age of IAQ Service Industry 12 E. Firm Size 12 F. Staff Qualifications and Experience 12 3.2 CHARACTERIZATION OF IAQ SERVICES 15 A . Range of Services Provided by IAQ Firms 15 B. Types of Buildings Serviced by IAQ Firms 17 C. Types of Diagnostic Services Offered by IAQ Firms 18 D. Recommendations 25 E. Design 26 F. Types of Mitigation Services Offered by IAQ Firms ,.... 26 3.3 SUMMARY -. 28 APPENDIX A APPENDIX B APPENDIX C APPENDIX D IAQ Survey Questionnaire Summary of Characteristics of Firms Responding to EPA's Survey Alphabetical Listing of Firms Responding to EPA's IAQ Survey Better Business, Bureaus, Consumer Protection Offices, and Infor- mation Sources Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page iii image: ------- LIST OF EXHIBITS ADVERTISEMENT AND PRESS RELEASE 7 NUMBER OF IAQ FIRMS PER EPA REGION 10 SERVICE AREA OF IAQ FIRMS 11 PERCENT OF IAQ FIRMS WITH PERSONS IN DIFFERENT EXPERTISE CATEGORIES 13 PERCENT OF TOTAL PERSONNEL IN EACH EXPERTISE CATEGORY 14 PREVIOUS FIELD OF EXPERTISE 15 PERCENT OF STAFF TIME IN DIFFERENT IAQ AREAS - MEDIAN 16 PERCENT OF STAFF TIME IN DIFFERENT IAQ AREAS - WEIGHTED MEAN 16 IAQ WORK IN DIFFERENT BUILDING TYPES 17 PERCENT OF IAQ WORK IN DIFFERENT BUILDING TYPES 18 IAQ EVALUATION SERVICES 19 VENTILATION SYSTEM EVALUATION SERVICES 20 COSTS OF EVALUATION SERVICES 21 TYPES OF POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY IAQ FIRMS 22 PERCENT OF FIRMS ROUTINELY USING MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES 24 RECOMMENDATIONS ON IAQ PROBLEMS 25 MEAN PERCENT OF STAFF TIME SPENT ON IAQ-RELATED DESIGN SERVICES . . 26 TYPES OF IAQ MITIGATION SERVICES 27 COSTS OF MITIGATION SERVICES 28 Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page iv image: ------- MAP OF U.S. EPA REGIONS Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page v Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page vii image: ------- There are a number of important results of the analysis of the data from the 1992 survey: The IAQ service industry is relatively young, and there appears to be an influx of new Grms with just a few years experience. Over 72 percent of the firms have fewer than 10 years experience in providing non-industrial IAQ services, with 52 percent providing these services for fewer than 6 years. This contrasts with results of the 1988 survey in which only 47 percent of the firms provided such services for ten years or less. This suggests that there has been a sizable influx of new firms with less experience in IAQ since 1988. The geographic distribution of IAQ firms is uneven throughout the United States. The largest number of firms per capita are in the Northeast (EPA Regions 1, 2, and 3). The lowest number of firms per capita are in the South and West (EPA Regions 4 and 6). The size of the market area is strongly related to the size of the staff, the number of offices the firm has, and the type of firm. Larger firms and firms with more than one office are more likely to service national markets than smaller firms or firms with just one office. In addition, firms whose primary business is mitigation are twice as likely to be limited to a local market area than firms whose primary business is diagnosis. Overall, the majority (70 percent) of IAQ firms provide primarily diagnostic services while less than a third provide primarily mitigation services. However, the majority of firms which primarily service residential customers provide primarily mitigation services. . The most common personnel providing IAQ services are industrial hygienists, mechanical (ventilation) engineers, and ventilation technicians. Compared to the 1988 survey, the proportion of firms using the services of industrial hygienists, ventilation engineers, microbiologists, and architects has increased, while the proportion of firms using chemists, air pollution scientists, and industrial engineers has decreased. Of the personnel with fewer than 5 years experience in providing IAQ services, a relatively large percent come from previous work in asbestos (26 percent), while only 11 percent come from previous work in radon. Other fields include HVAC (28 percent), industrial (24 percent)', environmental engineering (13 percent), and outdoor ambient air (13 percent). Staff which provide non-industrial IAQ services also perform activities in other fields. Only 35 percent of IAQ staff time across all firms is spent in non-industrial IAQ. Other fields include asbestos (18 percent), industrial IAQ (22 percent), radon (4 percent), and non-IAQ (22 percent). Almost all firms (91 percent) provide services in office buildings, while a smaller portion (54-72 percent) provide services hi other non-residential buildings. Fifty- seven (57) percent provide services to private residences. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page viii image: ------- Services of most firms include ventilation system evaluation, pollutant source characterization, or pollutant measurements. Commonly measured pollutants include carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, airborne particles, formaldehyde, VOCs, and biological agents. Typical costs for diagnostic services range from $1000 for pollutant measurements or pollutant source characterization to $1500 for ventilation system evaluations. Typical costs for mitigation services range from $500 for duct cleaning to $5000 for actions requiring construction or renovation. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page ix image: ------- image: ------- CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY FOR THE SURVEY In response to growing concern over the risk of adverse health effects posed by exposure to indoor air pollutants, the U.S. Congress enacted Title IV of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act, entitled the Radon Gas and Indoor Air Quality Research Act of 1986. Title IV directed the EPA to develop a research program on radon gas and indoor air quality. Section 403 (a) of Title IV states that the program should be designed to accomplish three tasks: Gather data and information on all aspects of indoor air quality in order to contribute to the understanding of health problems associ- ated with the existence of air pollutants in the indoor environment; Coordinate Federal, State, local, and private research and develop- ment efforts relating to the improvement of indoor air quality; and Assess appropriate Federal government actions to mitigate the environmental and health risks associated with indoor air quality problems. 1.2 HISTORY OF THE SURVEY To date, EPA has conducted two voluntary surveys of IAQ diagnostic and mitigation firms. The purposes of the surveys were to (1) develop information to characterize the private sector's current capability of providing IAQ diagnostic and mitigation services in non-industrial settings (e.g., residences, office buildings, and schools), (2) ascertain the geographic availability of these services, (3) provide a baseline of information for comparison with future surveys, and (4) make this information available to organizations and individuals who have a need for IAQ services. The results of the first survey were published in 1989 under the title Survey of Indoor Air Diagnostic,and Mitigation Firms (EPA 400/1-89/004). This report provided the first characteriza- tion of the emerging non-industrial IAQ service industry and identified approximately 1,200 firms, 200 of which addressed only radon or asbestos. The report documented the range of problems addressed by these IAQ firms, the types of diagnostic and mitigation services they provided, and the type of personnel they employed. It also included other parameters such as the firm size and common building types serviced. The second survey was conducted from May to September 1992. This survey revised the data base generated by the 1988 survey, enabling EPA to better characterize the industry and provide more current arid more extensive information regarding available IAQ services. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 1 image: ------- 13 SCOPE AND ORGANIZATION OF THIS REPORT This report discusses the 1992 survey methodology, summarizes the major results of the data analysis, and provides some comparisons with the results of the 1988 survey. Additionally, it provides an updated listing of IAQ firms. The remainder of the report is organized into three chapters and four appendices: Chapter 2 presents the methodology EPA used to collect the data presented in this report and its appendices; Chapter 3 describes the results of the analysis of the survey data; Appendix A contains a copy of the survey form; Appendix B provides a complete listing of firms by state; Appendix C summarizes the characteristics of each firm and the services it provides; Appendix D provides a listing of better business bureaus and consumer protection offices. EPA did not attempt to verify the accuracy of the information reported by the respon- dents or to evaluate the quality of the services they provide. As a result, reference to any firm or service in this report does not constitute or imply approval, recommendation, endorsement, or accreditation of any kind by EPA. Representation to the contrary by any individual or firm should be brought to the attention of the Indoor Air Division (6203J), Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M Street, SW, Washington, DC, 20460. Some firms included in this document report offering services for radon or asbestos. Inclusion of such firms in this report does not mean or in any way imply that EPA certification or proficiency requirements for these contaminants have been met. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 2 image: ------- CHAPTER 2 METHODOLOGY 2.1 DESIGN OF THE SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE For the 1992 survey, EPA expanded some questions asked in the 1988 survey and also added several new questions. The changes and additions, which are discussed more fully below, allowed EPA to obtain useful information to characterize the IAQ industry and its activities. These changes resulted in an eleven item questionnaire for the 1992 survey. Appendix A contains a copy of the survey questionnaire. The 1992 survey questions requested the following informa- tion: Firm name and address. Firms with more than one office complet- ed a separate questionnaire for each location where the firm pro- vides non-industrial IAQ services; Service area. The area (local, regional, or national) for which services are provided; Background. Main line of business of each firm, whether the firm primarily provides diagnosis or mitigation services, number of years the firm has been involved in non-industrial IAQ services, the years of experience of the staff, and the previous fields of expertise of new staff; Staff. Number and types of personnel in each firm, the profes- sional credentials of staff, and the number of outside consultants the office routinely uses; Range of services. Proportion of staff time spent on non-industrial IAQ and other services; Building types. Percent of staff time spent on various residential and non- residential building types; Tests and evaluation procedures. Types and costs of various evaluation procedures routinely provided; Measurements. Pollutants and ventilation/comfort characteristics measured and methods of measurement; Recommendations. Percent of cases in which various recommendations are made; Design activities. Percent of cases in which various IAQ design services are provided; Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms PageS image: ------- Mitigation services. Types and costs of Carious mitigation proce- dures routinely provided. In order to standardize the data compilation and analysis, EPA provided responses for the firms to check where appropriate. To allow flexibility in responses, EPA provided space to enter supplemental information in response to open-ended questions for seven of the eleven questions. The cover letter noted that firms that completed the questionnaire would be included in a national data base. The letter also provided a toll-free phone number for firms to call if they had questions about the survey. A. Changes from the 1988 Survey EPA revised the 1988 survey by expanding certain questions to gather more detailed information and by eliminating one question. These changes were designed to clarify or enhance questions asked in 1988. There are six major changes in the 1992 survey. Question 4a: EPA added two response categories to its question regarding personnel types, including technician and ventilation technician. These additions resulted from the most frequent "other" responses to the corresponding question in the 1988 survey. Question 4b: EPA asked that firms indicate the number of rele- vant professional credentials held by IAQ staff instead of asking whether a firm was licensed, certified, or accredited. This change occurred because no specific credentialing programs exist for IAQ firms. Question 6: EPA added two response categories to its question regarding building types serviced, including low- and high-rise multi- family dwellings as well as commercial and retail buildings. In the 1988 survey, many firms stated that they serviced these building types. Question 7a: When inquiring about tests and evaluation proce- dures, EPA offered a wider variety of responses under the category 'Ventilation system evaluation," including balancing, pressure differ- entials measurements, HVAC controls, duct inspections, and others. Each of these additions resulted from the most frequent "other" responses to the corresponding question in the 1988 survey. Question 8: EPA added specific pollutants (environmental tobacco smoke, ammonia, and biological agents) as well as a subsection entitled "other measurements" to this question. The new subsection identified factors such as air flow, air exchange rate, pressure differentials, and noise. Again, each of these additions resulted from frequent "other" responses to the corresponding question in the 1988 survey. In addition, EPA asked respondents to identify Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page-4 image: ------- equipment used to monitor each pollutant or factor and how often each type of equipment is used. This question, previously structured as an open-ended part of another question, was modified to a check-list format that specified equipment types. Question 9: The Agency provided firms with the opportunity to indicate, what kinds of mitigation recommendations they make and how often they make them. B. Additions to the 1992 Survey Several new questions were added to the 1992 survey. The new questions generally were designed to add breadth and depth to the information collected. Question 2: When EPA asked firms to specify service area, the Agency directed the question towards the office completing the survey as well as the company as a whole. This approach enabled EPA to more clearly assess differences among large and small firms. Question 3a: EPA asked each firm to identify its main line of business in order to determine what types of companies provide IAQ services. EPA also wanted to compare this information to that in Question 3b, in order to evaluate how much diagnosis is done to justify the sale of mitigation services. Question 3b: EPA asked firms to identify their primary area of expertise, namely diagnosis or mitigation. Previously, EPA had not asked firms to identify which activities comprised the larger per- centage of their time, but only to identify tests, evaluation services, and mitigation activities they performed. Question 3d: EPA asked firms to identify the years of experience of staff members in order to document the expertise of current IAQ staff. Question 3e: The survey requested information regarding several staff categories, such as the prior training of individuals who had been on staff less than 5 years. One reason for asking this question was to determine whether employees are moving from radon and asbestos firms to IAQ firms. Question 4b: The survey asked that firms specify the number of outside consultants used and their fields of expertise. Question 5: The survey specified several areas of business and asked that firms indicate what portion of staff time is spent on each area. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 5 image: ------- Question 7b: EPA asked respondents to specify costs per job (both- single estimates and ranges of cost) for tests and evaluation proce- dures. Question 10: EPA asked whether the respondents provide design services and what percent of staff time is spent providing these design services. Question 11: EPA asked respondents to specify, costs per job (both single estimates and ranges of cost) for mitigation services. 2.2 IDENTIFICATION OF FIRMS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE SURVEY To identify as many IAQ services firms as possible, EPA consulted several sources: Firms that responded to the 1988 survey; Mailing lists provided by member organizations of relevant disci- plines and publishers of IAQ newspapers and newsletters; Firms in the IAQ mailing data base maintained by the Indoor Air Division of EPA; Lists from State IAQ contacts; and Announcements and advertisements in IAQ publications. These approaches provided approximately 17,000 addresses. EPA did not attempt to remove duplicates from the mailing lists provided. Instead, the Agency eliminated them during data processing. EPA started identifying firms using the mailing list from the 1988 survey. The Agency sent a current survey to each company that appeared in the 1989 Directory of Indoor Air Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms. This approach yielded approximately 1,200 addressees. EPA employed four additional methods in an attempt to contact the maximum number of IAQ professionals. First, EPA contacted 13 professional organizations that serve the IAQ industry to request member mailing lists. This method provided the majority of the potential IAQ firms. The following organizations provided a total of approximately 15,000 addressees: Air & Waste Management Association; American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH); American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH); American Consulting Engineers Council (ACEC); American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA); American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE); Associated Air Balance Council (AABC); The Cutter Directory; Indoor Air Review; National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA); National Air Filtration Association (NAFA); Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 6 image: ------- National Energy Management Institute (NEMI); Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA); The second approach relied on the Indoor Air Division of EPA, which maintains a mailing data base of persons interested in LAQ issues. This data base includes people with varied professional backgrounds, ranging from IAQ contractors to health practitioners. EPA used about 300 firms from the mailing data base. The third approach involved the Regional EPA Offices. EPA publishes the Directory of State Indoor Air Contacts,1 which lists State officials who work on projects related to indoor air. EPA Regional offices asked contacts in each State for lists of firms that provide non-industrial IAQ services in their area. EPA tfien sent surveys to the firms that appeared on those lists. This approach identified approximately 400 firms. Finally, to reach firms that were not included in the lists described above, EPA placed advertisements and announcements in LAQ-related periodicals. Paid advertisements appeared in the March, April, and May issues of Indoor Air Review, the May and June issues of American Industrial Hygiene Association, and the June and July issues of the Journal of Occupational Medicine. Figure 1 shows the advertisement that appeared in these publications as well as the associated press release. FIGURE 1 Advertisement and Press Release Advertisement Press Release Indoor Air Quality Firms" Does Your Firm Offer Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic or Mitigation Services? TheU.S.EnviramienialPio!ectionAgency(EPA) iscondLKtingavolumary survey of firms offering indoor air quality diagnostic and mitigation services for residences, offices, schools, and other non-indus- trial buildings. EPA will use the survey data to update a directory of firms to provide publicand private users witharesource for finding indoor air quality services. EPA will also use the data to characterize and analyze the indoor air quality services industry. To obtain a copy of tie qucUkwuirt, without obligation, call (800) 4S2-9S61, or write to jga ma, EPA Indoor Air Quality Survey c/oICF Incorporated Room 1073 9300 Lee Highway Fairfax, VA 22031-1207 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is conducting a voluntary survey of firms that offer indoor air quality diagnostic and mitigation services for residences, schools, non-industrial buildings, or hospitals and other health care facilities. EPA is updating its previous survey, results of which were published in November 1989 under the title Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms (EPA 400/1-89/004). EPA is interested in finding out about available indoor air quality services and is asking firms to complete a short questionnaire describing the services they provide. This information will be released as an updated survey and directory of indoor air quality firms. To obtain a copy of the questionnaire, without obligation, please write: EPAIndoor Air Quality Profile c/o ICF Incorporated Room 1073 9300 Lee Highway Fairfax, VA 22031 or phone (800) 452-9561 1 EPA Office of Air and Radiation. February 1991. Directory of State Indoor Air Contacts. EPA/400/1-91/014. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 7 image: ------- Articles and free advertisements were submitted to six IAQ industry publications and appeared in two of them Indoor Pollution News and Indoor Air Bulletin. The advertisements, press releases, and announcements each provided an address and a toll-free hotline number to use to request a survey. The hotline number also was printed on each survey for use by respondents who had questions about completing the survey. EPA responded to over 600 requests for the survey on the hotline and approximately 100 written requests. 2.3 DEVELOPMENT OF THE SURVEY DATA BASE AND QUALITY ASSURANCE PROCEDURES EPA developed two data base programs to store and analyze the survey responses. The main data base contained all of the fields in the questionnaire, while the other data base included only two fields company name and address. The company-name data base was used for quality control on the larger data base. The main data base allowed EPA to easily extract firm-by-firm data and to examine variation across variables, such as regional differences in evaluation services provided. In addition to the data analysis, the two data bases allowed EPA to compile a listing of IAQ firms and the services that they provide. In order to ensure that EPA included only one survey per IAQ firm (excepting firms with more than one office), the Agency designed the data base to not accept a survey that contained the same firm name and city as an existing entry. Once data entry personnel were alerted to potential duplicates, they could check to see if that firm had responded previously. EPA analyzed the most complete survey form when duplicates were submitted. In addition, EPA performed a final duplicate check before performing the data analysis. Approximately five percent of the firms submitted more than one survey for the same office. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 8 image: ------- CHAPTERS RESULTS OF THE SURVEY The following analysis relies on the 1,478 surveys received as of September 30, 1992. Twelve firms responded after September 30 in time for the publication of this report; these firms are included in the directory but not in the analysis. Appendix B provides a list of all firms that responded to the survey in time for the publication date of this report. The final cut-off for firms included in Appendix B was January 1, 1993. ,' This chapter is presented in two sections. The first section characterizes the non- industrial IAQ firms that responded to the survey and'the second section characterizes the . services they provide. All characterizations are cross-referenced with the questionnaire, which is contained in Appendix A. EPA did not attempt to verify the accuracy of the information reported by the respon- dents or to evaluate the quality of the services they provide. As a result, reference to any firm or service in this report does not constitute or imply approval, recommendation, endorsement, or accreditation of any kind by EPA. Representation to the contrary by any individual or firm should be brought to the attention of the Indoor Air Division (6203J), Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M Street, S.W., Washington, D.C., 20460. Some firms included in this document report offering services for radon or asbestos. Inclusion of such firms in this report does not mean or in any way imply that EPA certification or proficiency requirements for these contaminants have been met. 3.1 CHARACTERIZATION OF IAQ FIRMS The number of non-industrial IAQ firms responding to the survey increased from approximately 1,200 in 1988 to 1,500 in 1992. The geographic distribution of firms has remained relatively constant. Although EPA received more responses from local firms in 1992, the majority of firms still service a regional or national client base. Results of the 1992 survey indicate that IAQ firms have an average of nine employees, and over half have fewer than six years of experience in IAQ. A. Number and Geographic Distribution of IAQ Firms (Question 1) The 1,478 noin-industrial IAQ firms included in this analysis are distributed unevenly across EPA Regions, with the majority (66 percent) of firms located east of the Mississippi River. This geographic distribution is similar to that of 1988. To take into account the population densities of each region, EPA also compared the number of IAQ firms in each region on a per capita basis. Table 1 depicts these geographic data. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 9 image: ------- TABLE 1 Number of IAQ Firms per EPA Region (Question 1) Region 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Number of Firms 131 175 211 173 270 122 81 48 169 64 Number of Firms per 10 million Persons * 99 68 83 39 58 43 68 63 47 69 Population data taken from the 1992 County and City Extra: Annual Metro. City, and County Data Book. CM. Slater and G.E. Hall, editors. Bernan Press, Lanham, Maryland. 1992. B. Service Area (Question 2) Regional variations in the number of firms may have a limited impact on the availability of services because the majority of the IAQ firms that responded to the survey (approximately 70 percent) provide IAQ services to either a regional or national area. Of the IAQ firms surveyed, 33 percent serve a national market, 39 percent serve a regional area, and 28 percent serve a local area. The size of the service area correlates to the number of offices within a firm. Firms with more than one office are more likely to serve a national area than firms with only one office. Of the firms that indicated that they have more than one office, almost 40 percent serve a national market, compared to less than 25 percent of firms with only one office. The size of the service area also correlates with primary business type. Firms whose primary business is mitigation are twice as likely to serve a local market as firms whose primary business is diagnosis, whereas firms whose primary business is diagnosis are almost twice as likely to serve a national market. Both types of firms are equally as likely to serve a regional market. Figure 2 displays the relationship between primary business and service area. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 10 image: ------- FIGURE 2 Service Area of IAQ Firms (Question 2) 44% 41% 20% 20% Diagnosis 36% 39% Mitigation Local Regional National C. Main Line of Business (Questions 3a and 3b) A majority (70 percent) of the IAQ firms that responded to the survey indicate that their non-industrial IAQ activities relate primarily to diagnosis, while less than one-third indicate that mitigation is their primary non-industrial IAQ activity.2 However, for firms that perform at least half of their IAQ work in residential settings, only about 40 percent provide primarily diagnostic services while over half offer primarily mitigation services. The IAQ firms that responded to the survey are involved in a variety of fields, including industrial hygiene (15 percent), environmental consulting (15 percent), architectural and environ- mental engineering (14 percent), mitigation and testing (7 percent), duct cleaning (5 percent), and occupational safety and health (4 percent). To obtain this information, EPA posed an open- ended question regarding the main line of each firm's business: the Agency received 1,000 different responses. Approximately two percent of the respondents indicated both diagnosis and mitigation. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 11 image: ------- D. Age of IAQ Service Industry (Question 3c) Overall, these non-industrial IAQ firms are relatively young. Over 72 percent of the firms that responded to the survey have fewer than 10 years experience in the non-industrial IAQ field, and over half (52 percent) have been providing these services fewer than six years. In 1988, by contrast, EPA found that 47 percent of firms had been in the non-industrial IAQ business for 10 years or less. These data suggest that since 1988 there has been a sizable influx of less-experi- enced firms into the industry. E. Firm Size (Question 3d) The average non-industrial IAQ firm has nine employees. On average, national firms employ 15 employees, regional firms employ seven, and local firms employ eight. Twenty-three (23) percent of the firms have only one or two employees, while one percent of the firms has 50 - or more employees. The IAQ firms that responded to the 1992 survey have a total of 13,417 employees. The actual total is somewhat higher, however, given that 42 of the 1,478 respondents did not answer this question. Most of these employees (69 percent) are located east of the Mississippi River, corresponding with the greater number of firms in this area. Similar to the distribution of firms, the national distribution of employees has changed little since 1988. F. Staff Qualifications and Experience (Questions 3e and 4) The IAQ firms responding to the survey employ a diverse group of IAQ professionals in their non-industrial IAQ staff, including scientists and engineers at most firms. Table 2 presents the percent of firms with personnel having particular professional expertise or technical back- grounds. Together, seven of these staff categories encompass a broad range of IAQ skills, which are used often in providing non-industrial IAQ services: industrial hygienists, mechanical (ventilation) engineers, chemists, air pollution scientists, 'microbiologists, architects, and medical doctors. Ninety (90) percent of the firms that responded to the survey employ at least one of these seven staff types either full-time or as consultants. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 12 image: ------- TABLE 2 Percent of IAQ Firms With Persons in Different Expertise Categories (Question 4) Pejcsonnel Tyg? Industrial Hygienist Mechanical (Ventilation) Engineer Technical Assistant/ Technician Ventilation Technician Chemist Air Pollution Scientist Industrial Engineer Microbiologist Architect Toxicologist Medical Doctor Epidemiologist Psychologist 1992 ! Pull-Time Personnel 43 37 33 27 17 14 11 9 9 6 3 2 1 Consultants 32 30 NA 11 18 10 10 28 23 15 19 6 2 Total Available '; Personnel ; 65 57 33 34 32 22 19 33 29 19 22 8 3 * Total Available Personnel 53 - 37 NA NA 49 37 26 21 16 19 13 6 4 In general, since 1988, there appears to be an increase in the proportion of firms using industrial hygienists, ventilation engineers, microbiologists, architects, and medical doctors. The proportion of firms using chemists, air pollution scientists, and industrial engineers declined over the same period. Table 3 displays the percent of all personnel (full-time staff and consultants) employed by IAQ firms in each expertise category. Industrial hygienists, technical assistant/technicians, and ventilation technicians are the most commonly hired personnel. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 13 image: ------- TABLE 3 Percent of Total Personnel in Each Expertise Category (Question 4b) Personnel I^ype Technical Assistant/Technician Industrial Hygienist Ventilation Technician Mechanical (Ventilation) Engineer Chemist Architect Microbiologist Air Pollution Scientist Industrial Engineer Medical Doctor Toxicologist Epidemiologist Psychologist 1992 19 19 16 16 6 6 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 198$* NA 20 NA 7 21 5 3 12 - 7 2 3 1 1 The missing 18 percent ace explained in the 1988 report as being from the "other" category, which included geologists and environmental and chemical engineers. A majority of firms (75 percent) employ some staff members who have been performing IAQ services for fewer than five years. Approximately 30 percent of these firms employ persons who previously worked in the field of HVAC, asbestos, and industrial IAQ. Over twice as many persons are from the asbestos field as from radon. Figure 3 illustrates the previous fields of expertise of staff that have been doing IAQ work for fewer than five years. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 14 image: ------- FIGURE 3 Previous Field of Expertise IAQ Staff Providing IAQ> Services for Fewer than 5 Years (Question 3e) 30 25 20 S. 10 28% 26% -24%- 20% 13% 11% HVAC Asbestos Industrial Environmental Engineering Outdoor (Ambient) Air Radon Field of Expertise 3.2 CHARACTERIZATION OF IAQ SERVICES The IAQ firms that responded to the survey provide a wide range of services in an assortment of buildings, including offices and schools. A majority of firms provide one or more of four common evaluation procedures, and over half conduct monitoring services. A majority of the firms that mitigate offer two or more services. A. Range of Services Provided by IAQ Firms (Question 5) The IAQ staff of non:industrial IAQ firms often perform industrial IAQ services and address non-IAQ issues. Only 35 percent of IAQ staff time across all firms is devoted to non- industrial IAQ. About 20 percent of the staff time is devoted to both asbestos or radon. The following table and figure indicate the amount of staff time spent in each of five IAQ areas. Table 4 depicts a typical firm, and shows the median percent reported by responding firms. The numbers in parentheses indicate how many firms provide each service. Figure 4 shows the mean percent weighted by the size of the firms and represents the distribution of staff time for all firms taken together3. The total staff numbers from Question 3d were used as weights. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 15 image: ------- TABLE 4 Percent of Staff Time in Different IAQ Areas - Median Percent Reported (Question 5) Different IAQ Areas Non-industrial IAQ Asbestos Radon Industrial IAQ Non-IAQ Percent of Staff Time (Median Value) 25% 30 5 20 40 Note: The percentages in all five IAQ Areas range from one to 100 percent. FIGURE 4 Percent of Staff Time in Different IAQ Areas - Weighted Mean Percent (Question 5) 35% (1,490) 22% (1,028) 22% (983) Non-Industrial IAQ II Asbestos H Radon 3 Industrial IAQ Q Non-IAQ Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 16 image: ------- B. Types of Buildings Serviced by IAQ Firms (Question 6) As illustrated in Figure 5, IAQ firms conduct diagnosis and mitigation activities in a wide assortment of buildings. Office buildings, commercial/retail buildings, schools, hospitals, and private residences are among the most common building types served by IAQ firms. Fewer firms provide services to multi-family residences (e.g. apartment buildings). The results indicate that there has been little change since 1988 in the most common types of buildings that IAQ firms serve. FIGURE 5 IAQ Work in Different Building Types (Question 6) i O) 100 80 O 60 Q. (0 :r 40 0) 20 Residential - 57% 35% 25% 91% NorhResidential 72% 68% 66% 54% 55% Private Residential Residential Office Commercial Schools Hospitals Other Industrial Residences Low Rise High Rise Building /Retail Public Buildings Buildings Type of Building Figure 6 indicates the mean percentage of indoor, air quality work reported by firms for services in each building type. Between one-quarter and one-third of work is conducted in each of three building types: office buildings, industrial buildings, and private residences. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 17 image: ------- FIGURE 6 Percent of IAQ Work in Different Building Types (Question 6) Q. 35 30 25 20 15 10 Residential 29% 7% 6% Non-Residential 31% 25% 16% - 14% 15% 11% Private Residential Residential Office Commercial/ Schools Hospitals Other Industrial Residences Low Rise High Rise Buildings Retail Public Buildings Buildings Type of Building Approximately 28 percent of the firms that spend at least half their time in residential settings also spend at least half their time on radon. Eighty (80) percent of these firms have a staff of five persons or less; about 30 percent are one-person firms. C Types of Diagnostic Services Offered by IAQ Firms (Questions 7 and 8) This section describes the tests and evaluation procedures (and the measurement capabilities) offered by the IAQ firms that responded to the survey. Tests and Evaluation Procedures The survey respondents diagnose IAQ problems using numerous tests and evaluations. Eighty-four (84) percent provide one or more of four common evaluation services: ventilation system evaluation; pollutant source characterization; pollutant measurement; and noise measure- ment. The most common evaluation procedure is ventilation system evaluation. EPA also found that eighty-two (82) percent of firms that provide pollution source characterization also provide pollutant measurement, and eighty-five (85) percent of firms that provide pollutant measurement also provide pollution source characterization. Figure 7 illustrates the percent of firms which routinely perform each-type of.evaluation procedure. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 18 image: ------- FIGURE 7 IAQ Evaluation Services (Question 7) 80 60 (0 2 4 0) 20 73% 60% 58% 45% 36% 24% Ventilation Pollutant Pollutant System Source Measurement Evaluation Characterization Noise Occupant Health Status Lighting Psycho-social Factors Type of Evaluation Service In 1988, the most prevalent tests also were ventilation system evaluations, specifically temperature/relative humidity and air exchange rate measurements. At that time, slightly over half (54 percent) of the firms characterized pollutant sources, while only 25 percent assessed the health status of building occupants. A variety of services are part of a ventilation system evaluation. EPA found that approximately 70 percent of the firms that perform this service conduct air flow measurement, temperature/relative humidity measurement, or duct inspections as part of the ventilation system evaluation. EPA also found that seventy-one (71) percent of firms that perform carbon dioxide measurement also perform air exchange rate measurement, and seventy-seven (77) percent of firms that perform air exchange rate measurement also perform carbon dioxide measurement. Figure 8 illustrates the percent of firms that routinely perform each test or procedure as part of this evaluation. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 19 image: ------- FIGURE 8 Ventilation System Evaluation Services (Question 7) 80 60 I O 40 6) 5 n. 20 73% 1 73% I 70% I 61% " " " " fcVo/ 57> Rfi% 56% 50% 48% 36% Airflow Temperature Duct Carbon General Air HVAC Measurement /Relative Inspection Dioxide O&M Exchange Controls Humidity Measurement Evaluation Rate Evaluation Measurement Measurement Pressure Differential Balancing Type of Ventilation System Evaluation Firms were asked to provide information on the typical and the range of costs for evaluation services provided. Table 5 depicts median values of the typical costs reported for each evaluation procedure as well as the ranges reported (median low to median high). The median typical costs per ventilation system evaluation is $1,500. The typical costs reported by respondents do not distinguish between residential and non-residential jobs. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 20 image: ------- TABLE 5 Costs of Evaluation Services (Question 7) Evaluation Procedures Ventilation System Evaluation: Balancing HVAC Controls Evaluation Air Flow Measurement Air Exchange Rate Measurement Duct Inspection General O&M Evaluation Pressure Differentials Measurement Carbon Dioxide Measurement Temperature/Relative Humidity Measurement Pollutant Source Characterization Pollutant Measurement Occupant Health Status Psycho-social Factors Noise Lighting Typical Ctost ; (Median Value) $1,500 1,000 600 500 500 500 500 400 300 250 1,000 1,000 500 500 500 500 Bk8g&000 500 - 3,000 500-4,000 300 - 1,500 400 - 1,500 400 - 1,500 250-1,200 Types of Pollutants Monitored The surveyed IAQ firms use several monitoring procedures to measure an assortment of pollutants and other factors. Table 6 identifies the percentages of firms that routinely monitor particular pollutants, presenting data from 1992 and 1988. With the exception of biological agents, the percentages of firms measuring specific pollutants in 1992 are similar to the 1988 percentages. Almost twice as many firms (56 percent) monitor biological agents in 1992. One (1) percent of all firms monitors only biological agents, and no other contaminants. Of these 14 firms, 13 monitor spores/fungi, and 8 monitor bacteria. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 21 image: ------- TABLE 6 Types of Pollutants Monitored by IAQ Firms (Question 8) Pollutants Carbon Dioxide Carbon Monoxide Airborne Particles Formaldehyde Other VOCs Asbestos Biological agents: Spores/fungi Bacteria Speciation Radon Lead Nitrogen Dioxide Ozone Sulfur Dioxide Fibrous Glass Pesticides Ammonia PCBs Mercury Environmental Tobacco Smoke PAHs Paniculate-phase Organics . .; Percent of Finns 1992 64 63 60 59 56 56 56 55 52 35 52 51 49 48 47 45 44 43 42 41 41 40 35 1988 54 60 60 65 56 58 26 NA , ' NA NA 45 54 52 44 51 44 45 NA 46 48 NA 41 30 Overall, the IAQ firms that responded to the survey measure a relatively large number of pollutants. Seventy-two (72) percent of the firms measure one or more of the six most commonly measured pollutants (i.e., carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, airborne particles, formaldehyde, VOCs, and spores/fungi). Forty-five (45) percent of the firms measure all six pollutants. When firms measure only one of these six pollutants, the most common pollutants are carbon dioxide (64 percent of those firms) or carbon monoxide (63 percent). Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 22 image: ------- While firms that work in residential and non-residential settings measure similar pollutants, two key differences exist.4 Firms that work in residential settings commonly measure radon, while firms that work in schools commonly measure asbestos. Both types of firms measure temperature/relative humidity and air flow. Residential firms focus on four pollutants or factors: carbon monoxide; air flow measurement; temperature/relative humidity measurement; and radon. Approximately 90 percent of the residential firms measure radon, 80 percent measure air flow, and about 70 percent measure carbon monoxide and temperature/relative humidity. * Firms that work in non-residential settings focus on six pollutants or factors, depending on the setting: carbon dioxide; air flow measurement; temperature/relative humidity measurement; air exchange rate measurement; asbestos; and airborne particles. Of the firms that work in office buildings, over 80 percent measure each of three factors: temperature/relative humidity; air flow; and carbon dioxide. Of the firms that work in commercial/retail settings, over half measure-each of three factors: air flow; temperature/relative humidity; and air exchange rate. Of the firms that work in schools, about 70 percent measure asbestos. Approximately 60 percent measure carbon dioxide, and the same percent measure temperature/relative humidity. Types of Measurement Methods EPA identified four measurement methods that are commonly used in IAQ services: Draeger tubes, sampling with lab analysis, real-time instrumentation, and passive sampling. Survey respondents indicated the extent that they use each method by choosing among four frequencies (never used, rarely used, sometimes used, routinely used). Table 7 identifies the pollutants or ventilation and comfort characteristics routinely measured using each method. While the measurement techniques reported to be used are generally appropriate to the contaminant or parameter being measured, examination of the data reveals that some firms were inaccurate in filling out the questionnaire (e.g., reported using techniques which are non-existent for the contaminant or parameter being measured). Draeger tubes and real-time instrumentation are most often reported to be routinely used to measure carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide. For example, of the firms that test for carbon dioxide, 40 percent routinely use real-time instrumentation, while 44 percent routinely use Draeger tubes. For carbon monoxide, 36 percent of the firms that test for it routinely use real-time instrumentation, while 38 percent routinely use Draeger tubes. In addition, real-time instrumenta- tion is most often reported to be'routinely used to measure ventilation and comfort characteristics affecting indoor air quality including air flow, temperature, air exchange rate, and pressure differentials. 4 Non-residential settings are defined as office buildings, commercial/retail buildings, schools, or hospitals and other health-care facilities. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 23 image: ------- TABLE 7 Percent of Firms Routinely Using Measurement Technique (Question 8) PoUulnnt/V'enUlallon Comfort Characteristics Carbon Monoxide Carbon Dioxide Nitrogen Dioxide Sulfur Dioxide Ozone Airborne Particles Pesticides Formaldehyde Other VOCs Paniculate-phase Organics Asbestos Fibrous Glass Radon Biological Agents: Spores/Fungi Bacteria Speclation Lead Mercury PCBs PAHs Ammonia Environmental Tobacco Smoke Air Flow Air Exchange Rate Pressure Differentials Temperature/Relative Humidity Noise Lighting Draeger Tube 38% 44 22 19 24 4 2 20 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 16 3 5 3 2 2 0 0 Passive Sampler Collection , 4% 4 2 2 2 5 1 13 6 1 2 2 25 6 5 2 2 2 1 1 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 Sampling with Lab :'.-'' Afluiilysjs 7% 7 12 12 .10 49 30 36 43 25 57 38 28 50 46 29 46 30 35 30 20 23 1 1 0 1 0 0 Real-Time Instrumentation 36% 40 9 8 8 15 2 .6 17 3 3 11 2 2 2 1 6 7 1 2 3 4 77 56 56 86 51 41 Other 2% 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 3 11 8 8 8 5 3 Sampling with lab analysis is most often reported to be routinely used to measure airborne particles, VOCs, formaldehyde, and biological agents. For instance, 49 percent of the firms that measure airborne particles routinely use this method. Forty-three (43) percent of the Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 24 image: ------- firms that measure VOCs and 36 percent of the firms that measure formaldehyde routinely use this method, while 50 percent of the firms that monitor biological agents routinely use sampling with lab analysis. Passive sampling has limited use. Survey respondents use it to measure radon and formaldehyde. Other measurement techniques that respondents listed include but are not limited to velometers, dataloggers, smoke tubes, tracer gases, flow hoods, balometers, and Pilot tubes. Eleven percent of the survey respondents who measured air flow listed "other" measurement tools. The most frequent tools used to measure air flow include Pitot tubes, velometers, and flow hoods. D. Recommendations (Question 9) Once a firm has diagnosed a problem, it usually recommends appropriate mitigation actions. Firms were asked to report the percent of cases in which various recommendations are made. Three common recommendations include ventilation system modification, source remov- al/modification, and changes to operations/maintenance. Figure 9 illustrates the mean percent of cases reported for which each recommendation is made. FIGURE 9 Recommendations on IAQ Problems (Question 9) 50 40 CO 3 5 3 * 20 10 38% 36% 33% 21% 20% 15% 9% 4% Ventilation Source Changes Duct Training Architectural/ Modification Consultant Ergonomfc System Removal/ to Cleaning Building Engineering of Psycho- Referrals Modification Modification Modification Operations/ Managers Design Social Factors Maintenance or Occupants Recommendation Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 25 image: ------- E. Design (Question 10) Based on the 1988 finding that 65 percent of firms provided design recommendations, EPA asked a question regarding design services provided to help prevent or address non- industrial IAQ problems in 1992. Over half of the firms that responded to the survey perform one of the three design services: architectural design, HVAC design, and HVAC commissioning. Only a limited number, however, spend a large portion of their time on lAQ-related design activities. Nine (9) percent of the firms spend at least half their time on HVAC design, 2 percent spend at least half their time on HVAC commissioning, and less than 1 percent spend at least half their time on architectural design. Currently, less than one-third of staff time is spent on all three design activities, as determined by mean percent of time reported. Figure 10 depicts these data. FIGURE 10 Mean Percent of Staff Time Spent on lAQ-Related Design Services (Question 10) Architectural O) HVAC HVAC Commissioning 18% 8% 10 15 20 Percent of Time F. Types of Mitigation Services Offered by IAQ Firms (Question 11) Twenty-eight (28) percent of the firms responding to the survey cited mitigation as their primary work, while over half (52 percent) of all firms perform some mitigation services. Eighty- five (85) percent of the firms that consider their primary work to be mitigation offer two or more Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 26 image: ------- mitigation services. Mitigation firms also provide some diagnostic services. About 80 percent of the mitigation firms perform duct inspections, almost three-quarters measure air flow, and 65 percent measure temperature/relative humidity. , - Table 8 depicts the mean percentage of cases reported for each type of mitigation service. Duct cleaning and source removal/modification are the most common mitigation services reported. TABLES Types of IAQ Mitigation Services (Question lib) Type of Mitigation Service Duct Cleaning Services Source Removal/Modification Air Cleaning/Filtration Equipment , Ventilation System Repair/Modification Asbestos Abatement Radon Mitigation Balancing Ventilation System Biological Decontamination Construction/Renovation Building Maintenance Services Mean Percentage of Cases 48% 40 36 35 34 32 32 32 30 28 As expected, mitigation activities are more expensive than diagnostic activities and may require capital investments. Table 9 displays the median value of the typical costs reported for mitigation services, as well as the median high and median low range values. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 27 image: ------- TABLE 9 Costs of Mitigation Services (Question lib) Mitigation Services Construction/Renovation Asbestos Abatement Ventilation System Repair/Modification Source Removal/Modification Balancing Radon Mitigation Air Cleaning/Filtration Equipment Building Maintenance Services Ventilation System Biological Decontamination Duet Cleaning Services Typical Cost (Median Value) $5,000 5,000 2,500 1,500 1,500 1,200 1,000 1,000 1,000 500 Range of Cost : (Median. Low to Median High) $1,500 - $20,000 2,000 - 50,000 1,000 - 10,000 750 - 7,000 400 - 3,000 300 - 3,000 500 - 3,000 500 - 5,000 750-5,000 400-8,000 3.3 SUMMARY There are a number of important results of the analysis of the data from the 1992 survey: The IAQ service industry is relatively young, and there appears to be an influx of new firms with less than 10 years experience. Over 72 percent of the firms have fewer than 10 years experience in providing non-industrial IAQ services, with 52 percent providing these services for fewer than 6 years. This contrasts with results of the 1988 survey in which only 47 percent of the firms provided such services for 10 years or less. This suggest that there has been a sizable influx of new firms with less experience in IAQ since 1988. The geographic distribution of IAQ firms is uneven throughout the United States. The largest number of firms per capita are in the Northeast (EPA Regions 1, 2, and 3). The lowest number of firms per capita are in the South and West (EPA Regions 4 and 6). The size of the market area is strongly related to the size of the staff, the number of offices the firm has, and the type of firm. Larger firms and. firms with more than one office are more likely to service national markets than smaller firms and firms with just one office. In addition, firms whose primary business is mitigation are twice as likely to be limited to a local market area than firms whose primary business is diagnosis. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 28 image: ------- Overall, the majority (70 percent) of IAQ firm provide primarily diagnostic services" while less than a third provide primarily mitigation services. However, the majority of firms which primarily service residential customers provide primarily mitigation services. The most common personnel providing IAQ services are industrial hygienists, mechanical (ventilation) engineers, and ventilation technicians. Compared to the 1988 survey, the proportion of firms using the services of industrial hygienists, ventilation engineers, microbiologists, and architects has increased, while the proportion of firms using chemists, air pollution scientists, and industrial engineers has decreased. Of the personnel with fewer than 5 years experience in providing IAQ services, a relatively large percent come from previous work in asbestos (26 percent), while only 11 percent come from previous work in radon. Other fields include HVAC (28 percent), industrial (24 percent), environmental engineering (13 percent), and outdoor ambient air (13 percent). Staff which provide non-industrial IAQ services also perform activities in other fields. Only 35 percent of IAQ staff time across all firms is spent in non-industrial IAQ. Other fields include asbestos (18 percent), industrial IAQ (22 percent), radon (4 percent), and non-IAQ (22 percent). Almost all firms (91 percent) provide services in office buildings, while a smaller portion (54-72 percent) provide services in other non-residential buildings. Fifty- seven (57) percent provide services to private residences. Services of most firms include ventilation system evaluation, pollutant source characterization, or pollutant measurements. Commonly measured pollutants include carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, airborne particles, formaldehyde, VOCs, and biological agents. Typical costs for diagnostic services range from $.1000 for pollutant measurements or pollutant source characterization to $1500 for ventilation system evaluations. Typical costs for mitigation services range from $500 for duct cleaning to $5000 for actions requiring construction or renovation. Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms Page 29 image: ------- image: ------- APPENDIX A IAQ Survey Questionnaire image: ------- image: ------- UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460 OMB Number 2060-0166 Expires 06-30-93 May 15, 1992 OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION Dear Sir or Madam: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) seeks your cooperation in compiling an updated directory of non-industrial indoor air quality (IAO) firms. The last directory was published in November 1989, under the title Survey of Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic and Mitigation Firms (EPA 400/1-89/004). The attached questionnaire will be used to help prepare an updated directory of IAQ firms. Your assistance will aid EPA in its efforts to keep this directory up to date. The EPA directory of non-industrial IAQ firms will be used by consumers to find indoor air quality assistance, and by States and EPA Regional Offices and Headquarters for outreach, analysis, planning, and policy development. Because of the importance of the profile information to EPA and to potential customers of your business, we ask that you fill the form out as completely, accurately, and carefully as possible. If your company has more than one office from which indoor air quality services are available, please complete a separate form for each office. The questions in this profile relate primarily to your non-industrial indoor air quality business. Some of the questions ask for information about your broader business, if any. Please read the questions carefully to ensure that your answers are correct and useable for the directory. Please do not leave questions blank -use your best estimate to answer each question. EPA is collecting this information under the authority of Title IV of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA), which directs EPA to gather data and information on all aspects of indoor air quality and to coordinate government and private sector activities related to indoor air quality. Please excuse us if you receive more than one copy of this questionnaire. We compiled the mailing list for this survey from several different sources, and while we attempted to eliminate duplicate entries, some duplication is inevitable. We would appreciate your immediate response to give us time to accurately process your questionnaire. We can not guarantee inclusion in the directory unless we receive your completed questionnaire by July 31, 1992. Please return the completed questionnaire to the address found on page 7. If you have any questions, please call the EPA's Indoor Air Quality Profile Hotline at 1-800-452-9561. Thank you for your cooperation. Sincerely yours, Robert Axelrad, Director Indoor Air Division Printed on Recycled Paper image: ------- image: ------- 1992 Profile of Non-Industrial Indoor Air Quality Firms INSTRUCTIONS: The questions below relate primarily to the Indoor air quality services provided In non-Industrial environments by the office filling out this questionnaire. If the company has more than one office from which non- industrial Indoor air quality services are available, please fill out a separate form for each office. Do not combine Information from Individual offices when filling out this questionnaire. Some of the questions ask for Information for which complete data may not be available, in such situations, please provide your best estimate, but make every attempt to answer each question completely. This information collection has been approved by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) under the Paperwork Reduction Act. 44 U.S.C. 3501 etseq and has been assigned control number 2060-0166. Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to vary from .5 to 1.5 hours per response with an average of 1.25 hours per response, including time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering the data needed, and completing the information. Send comments regarding the burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden to Chief, Information Policy Branch; EPA; 401 M Street., S.W. (PM-223Y); Washington, DC 20460; and to the Office of Management and Budget, Washington, DC 20503, marked "Attention: Desk Officer for EPA." 1. ADDRESS: In the spaces below, please type or print clearly In Ink the name and address of this company, and the name, title, and phone number of a contact person. (Illegible responses will not be included in the directory.) Company Name: Address: Contact Person: Title: Phone Number: 2. SERVICE AREA: a. Please describe the area for which this office currently provides non-Industrial indoor air quality services. Check only one: ( ) Local ( ) Regional (multi-state) ( ) National b. If this company has more than one office, what Is the area for which the entire company provides non- Industrial indoor air quality services? Check only one: ( ) Local ( ) Regional (multi-state) ( ) National image: ------- OMB Number 2060-0166 Expires 06-30-93 3. BACKGROUND: a. What Is your main line of business? b. Do your non-Industrial Indoor air quality activities relate primarily to diagnosis or mitigation? Check only one: ( ) Diagnosis ( ) Mitigation c. For how many years has this office been providing Indoor air quality diagnostic, mitigation, or related services In non-Industrial buildings? Number of years: d. Please enter the number of full- and part-time people on the staff In this office who regularly provide non- Industrial Indoor air quality services with the following number of years' experience providing indoor air quality diagnostic, mitigation, or related services In non-Industrial buildings (do not Include consultants In this section): Years experience More than 10 years 5 to 10 years Number on staff Years experience 1 to 5 years Less than 1 year TOTAL Number on staff . If the Indoor air ?aff in this office has been doing non-Industrial Indoor air quality work for fewer than 5 years, what was your non-Industrial Indoor air quality staffs previous fleld(s) of expertise? Industrial Asbestos Radon HVAC Outdoor (ambient) air Environmental engineering Other: 4, STAFF: a. Please provide the number of full- and part-time personnel on the non-Industrial indoor air quality staff In this office (do not Include consultants In this sectlon-they will be counted in part b, below) The total for this question should equal the total In question 3d. Do not Include personnel who do not routinely provide Indoor air quality services. (Check only one category per person.) Type Number Architect Industrial hygienist Air pollution scientist Industrial engineer Ventilation (mechanical) engineer Ventilation technician Chemist MIcrobiologist Type Medical doctor Epidemiologist Psychologist lexicologist Technical Assistant/ Technician Others, please list: TOTAL image: ------- b. Please Hat the number of relevant professional credentials held by the non-Industrial indoor air quality staff Ir this office. (You may list more than one credential per person) Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) Professional Engineer (PE) Other: . Please provide the number of outside consultants that this office routinely uses. (Check only one category per person.) Type Number Architect Industrial hygienist Air pollution scientist Industrial engineer Ventilation (mechanical) engineer Ventilation technician Chemist Microbiologist Type Medical doctor Epidemiologist Psychologist Toxicologist Others, please list: Number TOTAL 5. RANGE OF SERVICES: Roughly What portion of the Indoor air quality staffs time (in this office) is spent on: Non-industrial IAQ Asbestos only Radon only Industrial IAQ Non-IAQ 6. BUILDING TYPES: Please estimate the percent of your indoor air quality work that takes place In the following building types. (Entries, including "Others", should add to 100%) Private residences (1 or 2 family dwellings) Multi-family residences: Low-rise High-rise Office buildings Commercial/retail Schools Hospitals and other health care facilities Other public buildings Others: Industrial buildings image: ------- OMB Number 2060-0166 Expires 06-30-93 7. TESTS AND EVALUATION PROCEDURES: a. Please check tests or evaluation procedures this office routinely performs in non-Industrial Indoor air quality Investigations. ( ) Pollutant source characterization ( ) Ventilation system evaluation: ( ) Air flow measurement ( ) Carbon dioxide measurement ( ) Air exchange rate measurement ( ) Pressure differentials measurement ( ) Temperature/relative humidity measurement ( ) Balancing ( ) HVAC controls evaluation ( ) Duct inspection ( ) General O&M evaluation ( ) Other (specify) ( ) Pollutant measurement ( ) Occupant health status ( ) Psycho-social factors ( ) Noise ( ) Lighting ( ) Other, please list: b. While we realize that each Job Is unique, please provide your best estimates of the typical' costs oer lob, and tne range of costs per Job, for tests or evaluation procedures this office routinely performs In non-Industrial Indoor air quality Investigations. Pollutant source characterization .......... $ Ventilation system evaluation: ............ $ Air flow measurement .......... ...... $ ' Carbon dioxide measurement . . .- ...... $ " Air exchange rate measurement ....... $ Pressure differentials measurement ..... $ [ Temperature/relative humidity measurement $ Balancing ....................... $ " HVAC controls evaluation ............ $ " Duct inspection .................. . $ " General O&M evaluation ............. $ " Other (specify) __ _ $ " Pollutant measurements ................ $ Occupant health status ................. $ Psycho-social factors .................. $ Noise Typical Range Lighting Other: _.. image: ------- 8. MEASUREMENTS: Please check the Indoor air quality factors that this office measures when necessary for a non-Industrial Indoor air quality Investigation. Circle '0," "1," '2,' or '3' In the appropriate column to Indicate how often you use the listed techniques or equipment to sample and measure factors. Use the following scale: 0=never used, 1 =rarely used, 2= sometimes used, and 3=routlnely used. If 'Other,' please list. (Please only mark factors for which you have measurement experience.) Note that not all techniques/equipment are applicable for all indoor air quality factors. Passive Sampling Real-time ' sampler with instrumenta- Indoor ajr quality factor Draeger tube collection Jab analysis tton Other Pollutants: ( ) Carbon monoxide ( ) Carbon dioxide ( ) Nitrogen dioxide ( ) Sulfur dioxide ( ) Ozone ( ) Airborne particles ( ) Pesticides ( ) Formaldehyde ( ) Other volatile organic compounds(VOCs) ( ) Paniculate phase organics ( ) Asbestos ( ) Fibrous glass ( ) Radon ( ) Biological agents: ( ) Spores/fungi ( ) Bacteria ( ) Speciation ( ) Lead ( ) Mercury ( ) Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) ( ) Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) ( ) Ammonia ( ) Environmental tobacco smoke ( ) Others, please list: Other Measurements: Ventilation system: ( ) Airflow ( ) Air exchange rate ( ) Pressure differentials ( ) Temperature/relative humidity ( ) Noise ( ) Lighting 0123 0123 0 1 23 0 1 23 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 - 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0 1 2 3 0123 0123 0123 0123 .0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 123 123 0123 01 0 1 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 0123 0123 0123 0123 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 3 123 1 2 3 0123 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 123 1 2 3 1 2 3 123 1 2 3 123 0123 0123 0 1 2.3 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 0123 image: ------- OMB Number 2060-0166 ExpIrM 06-30-93 8. RECOMMENDATIONS: In what percent of cases does this office make the following recommendations for preventing or addressing non-Industrial Indoor air quality problems, whether or not you do the follow-up work. (Because you may make multiple recommendations, entries may add to more than 100%) Source removal/modification % Changes to operations/maintenance . % Ventilation system modification .... % Training of building managers or occupants % Architectural/engineering design .... % Modification of psycho-social factors Ergonomic modification Duct cleaning Referrals to other consultants Other 10. DESIGN: Roughly what percent of the Indoor air quality staff's time (In this office) Is spent providing the following services to help prevent or address non-Industrial Indoor air quality problems. (Because you may do other work, entries may not add up to 100%) Architectural design HVAC design HVAC commissioning 11. MITIGATION SERVICES: a. Does this office provide non-Industrial Indoor air quality mitigation services? Yes No b. If yea, In what percent of cases does this office provide the following services to address non-Industrial Indoor air quality problems. (Entries may add up to more than 100%) Construction/renovation . % Source removal/modification % Ventilation system repair/modification % Radon mitigation % Asbestos abatement % Air cleaning/filtration equipment ... % Ventilation system biological decontamination .... % Duct cleaning services Balancing . Building maintenance services Others, please list: image: ------- APPENDIX B Summary of Characteristics of Firms Responding to EPA's IAQ Survey image: ------- image: ------- APPENDIX B - FIRMS RESPONDING TO EPA SURVEY This Appendix lists the private sector firms that responded to the Survey of IAQ Firms by the publication date of this report, and summarizes the information reported. It does not include governmental or public sector agencies that submitted responses. The listing is alphabetically organized by State and city. An alphabetical index of firms is also included in Appendix C. EPA DID NOT ATTEMPT TO VERIFY THE ACCURACY OF THE INFORMATION REPORTED BY THE RESPONDENTS OR TO EVALUATE THE QUALITY OF THE SERVICES THEY CLAIMED TO PROVIDE. INCLUSION ON THIS LIST ONLY DEMONSTRATES THAT A FIRM FILLED OUT A QUESTIONNAIRE. INCLUSION DOES NOT CONSTITUTE OR IMPLY APPROVAL, RECOMMENDATION, ENDORSEMENT, OR ACCREDITATION OF ANY KIND BY EPA. A. Use of this Appendix Some individuals or organizations desiring the services of an indoor air quality diagnostic and mitigation firm may wish to use this list, as one would use the phone book to identify firms who claim to provide such services. Before contacting any firms, you may want to check with your Regional EPA Office, and/or your State or local health or environmental office to obtain information concerning indoor air quality diagnostic and mitigation procedures. This will help to clarify the type of services you desire. The state or local office may also provide some services. You should contact several firms before choosing one that best fits your needs. When contacting these firms, you should obtain as much information as possible concerning the nature of the firm and the services they perform before making your decision. B. Contacting Individual Firms Once you have made a list of firms to contact, call each one to obtain information important to choosing the one that best suits your needs: o Carefully describe the problem. Try to avoid presupposing what is causing the problem, emphasizing instead that you want the problem diagnosed. o Ask the following questions plus others that seem appropriate: Can you diagnose problems of this nature? - How long has the firm done this type of work? What kind of personnel would perform the work? How much will it cost/ do you require a deposit? How long has the firm been in business? Is this a small specialized firm, or a large firm with varied services? Does the firm sell mitigation services or devices, such as air cleaners, or air duct cleaning services as their main line of business? Firms that have been in business for a long time, and have a permanent address have a better chance of having developed a reputation that can be checked out. The size of the firm may be important for some projects where support services may be needed. Firms which sell mitigation devices as their main business may have a conflict of interest, tending to gear their B-l image: ------- diagnosis and recommendations toward the use of their mitigation devices or services. o Ask the company representative to explain the nature of the diagnosis and/or mitigation they will perform, and be sure that the methods are fully described, and logically explained. o Ask for references, including other clients that have used the firm and can verify that the firm can provide the services you need, and that they were satisfied with the quality of their services. o Reject any firm that misrepresents itself as having been approved or endorsed in any way by virtue of its listing in this report. Report any such occurrence to the Indoor Air Division (ANR-445), Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C., 20460. Before contracting with a specific firm, you should carefully determine whether the firm is reputable. In addition to checking out their references, you should: o Contact the local Better Business Bureau and your State or local Consumer Protection Office to determine if any complaints have been lodged against the firm. Appendix D contains a list of these offices. o Report any instances of fraud or misrepresentation to your local Business Bureau or your local Consumer Protection Office. These organizations may also assist you in resolving disputes or conflicts with the company you choose. Finally, you should carefully read the contract to make sure that the services to be provided are carefully articulated, as our warranties, if any, to retest and continue to resolve problems if the reoccur. C. Updating this Appendix This appendix will be updated periodically. Firms that are not listed may fill out a questionnaire and submit it to the Indoor Air Division of EPA. B-2 image: ------- o l| CCT- O U-O -*i o o- r* u_ cc lu .= 000 O < IQ. |sli 1111 SldS j; o ui< Ou. 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Yocom, P.E., C.I.H. 12 Fox Den Road West SimsbvtryCT 06092 (203)658-6955 AEGIS Environmental * ' 1 1 1 - . o | | S3 11 ^st3 i -H M z&^z 1** llhS 1^ l^tS'T ^sh"? i^8s sjya *l s II &S5S. fiela rsi fr'^'tfc-c*! -^^'EtCS Sri 2r~l>CJ.H'*l><-:- - =5 |1| || | 8.3 |,o, JS ;.;-oS>-a r^ O C tifliiif o SISlliii O image: ------- image: ------- r DVAL, RECOMMENDATION, 0 OR ASBESTOS. INCLUSION C 3NTAMINANTS HAVE BEEN M tesponding to EPA's IAQ Survej 'HE QUALITY OF THE SERVICE PROVIDED. NO APPRC 3UMENT REPORT OFFERING SERVICES FOR RADON DN OR PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR THESE CC It Q OF CO [i! ,nO Characteristics of Firm NFORMATION REPORTED OR EVALUA1 NDED. SOME FIRMS INCLUDED IN THIi IN ANY WAY IMPLY THAT EPA CERTIFI o Sfe Summary EPA HAS NOT VERIFIED THE ACCURACY OF ? 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Lie 4751LydellRd CheverlyMD 20781 (301)341-1100 Briggs Associates, Lie. 8325 Guilford Road 1 Columbia MD 21046 (410)381^1434 1 Energy Applications, Lie. 200 Long Reach Village Cr Columbia MD 21045 1 r-H s 3 en. 5-2 -Q $ image: ------- og 88 O CC .O oq tn in O co ufcc 4_i UJ LL>- .SOOO I its O <^Q- f* D Z _. EC CS O OIL z z >" t Qz ^P in t? > 111 CO e.w 4= g 5 Pollutants 1 Measured \ Evaluation \ Procedures ! *l 1 s s s s s s s VO 1/1 l-H General Physics Corporation Environmental Eng. Div Columbia MD 21046 (410)290-2525 Hulett Heating and Air S S S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s N s S'' ' " s V s s s s s s s s s s s s M 2 8S|g ^Q?3 o ^3 ^ e?f|' ^"g^S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s V S s s s s S V s s s s s s s OO -H I-TEM, Ltd 5300 Westview Dr. Frederick MD 21701 (301)846-0250 Radon Research Group, Inc. PO Box 1143 Germantown MD 20875 (301)972-3309 S> fe^S^ m S^TJ 1 t3 C -S ^.^ ^"% * *** t^ ^^^^ O^^TS 111 7. m ("5 o ^|=f 9~S > oSl?5,8 ID *- .= ^S ft? 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INCLUSION C JNTAMINANTS HAVE BEEN M esponding to EPA's IAQ Survey HE QUALITY OF THE SERVICE PROVIDED. NO APPRC 3UMENT REPORT OFFERING SERVICES FOR RADON < DN OR PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR THESE CC EC SOP LJ f~\ *^ tf %$ Characteristics of Firm NFORMATION REPORTED OR EVALUAl NDED. SOME FIRMS INCLUDED IN THIS IN ANY WAY IMPLY THAT EPA CERTIFI ui rr s^ Summary EPA HAS NOT VERIFIED THE ACCURACY OF 1 ACCREDITATION OF ANY KIND IS IMPLIED OR SUCH FIRMS IN THIS REPORT DOES NOT MEkt Rn |JS 5 gtj Si Evaluation \ Procedures \ 73 ta a ll a. SSO/A/Sg UBlSSQ 6U!UB9|O PnQ OAS 'MEW 'Bpia 6upuB|Bg dmba -|y/'O'V poiwuiey -ojs W/U'sfe'JUSA S13 siua6v iBOjBoioia seppnsad peen so)seqsv .apAqapiBiuioj uopBa IJEj aiuoqjjv SOOA SBO 'quiQ Jeqio apjxoia uoqjBQ JeiHO |BA3 -SAS 'IU8A JBMO 'OJS "ld lB!iU8p!seu-uo|\| |B|iuap|say JOJOOQ |BO!p9l/M }S!6o|0|qaio!ifl| isjuieqo loejiqojv isjiueps '|d W jeeuiBuB 'IU8A IsjueiB^H 'pu| saeXojdui^ i I i s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s vo EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc. 15 Loveton Circle Sparks MD 21 152 V s s s s s s s s s s s s 00 "* P 1 to C* en 3~ 1 ^ 1 l^s Jfig &- i g ^ 4(g ^5 b i ^ ? -as? 3 ill? ill" S B^^ image: ------- image: ------- IPI o w< d<:< ^oct S: x"J <|| "5 |- I! 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Boston MA 02130 (617)524-0127 H+GCL,Inc. 180 Canal St. Boston MA 021 14 (617)723^1664 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S Stone and Webster Environmental Services, Inc. 245 Summer St. Boston MA 02107 (617)589-1379 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S ft V 1 Trow Protze 70 Jaconnet Street Boston MA 02161 (617)332-8460 S S S S S S S S S V S S S S S S S S S S S vo cs Arthur D. Little, Inc. Acorn Park Cambridge MA 02140 (617)864-5770 _ a> CM image: ------- U.H [~ -l r 3VAL, RECOMMENDATIC OR ASBESTOS.. INCLUS 5NTAMINANTS HAVE BEi tesponding to EPA's IAQ Surve\ 'HE QUALITY OF THE SERVICE PROVIDED. NO APPRC DUMENT REPORT OFFERING SERVICES FOR RADON DN OR PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR THESE CC W tf cnO Characteristics of Firm NFORMATION REPORTED OR EVALUAl NDED. SOME FIRMS INCLUDED IN THI5 IN ANY WAY IMPLY THAT EPA CERTIFI "5 *z Summary EPA HAS NOT VERIFIED THE ACCURACY OF ] ACCREDITATION OF ANY KIND IS IMPLIED OR SUCH FIRMS IN THIS REPORT DOES NOT MEAI1 c.n || 5 Pollutants Measured 8 2 " UJCL t 1 seojAjes u&sea f -S S SuiusaiOPna OAS 'IU|BW '6p|g 6upus|Bg djnba 'Hd/'O'V pow/'iueu-ojs w/y 's^s 'UJ8A S13 sjueBv |Boi6o|Ojg sepp!s8d PB81 soiseqsv epAqeplBUiJOd UOpBU pBdeujoqjjv SOOA SBO -quo JsqJO epixoiauoqjBO JeqiO |BA3 -sAs 'IU9A jsqo 'OJS 'Id |BI}U9piS@U-UO[Vl |BI)U8plS9y jopoQ jBoipe^ }Sj6o|OjqojO!|/\| jsitueqo loejiqojv isjiuaps '|0d J|V jeeinBug '}U8A IsiuejBAH *pu| sesAotduig Firm Name S S S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s S N ^ s s s s s s s s s s s , s s s s s s s s S ' . s s s s s s s "* V, rt ^H i-H * It!! 1 111 |s|i |iil 1|i (111 1 Its pit JJH ill Illl z&te isjl sill tea S s s s s s s s s s v> (508)3714200 Anderson Laboratories Inc. 30 River Street Dedham MA 02026 (617)364-7357 u 5 " *R ^~ '% o co _ i|js ros-sp^-i-i gf. g-l^5sg-6 v) ^3 r C Q) *3 tl. ^ ^^ 5. 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Inc. 4488 Mobile Drive Columbus OH 43220 (614)459:-8338 Ohio Dept. of Health - Bureau of Pubh'c Laboratories 1571 Perry St. Columbus OH 43266 (614)421-1078 Speer Industries 4296 Ihdianola Ave. Columbus OH 43214 (614)267-0876 Applied Radon Technology 52205 Warehime Road Cumberland OH 43732 (614)638-2078 Butler Heating Co. 120 Springfield Station Dayton OH 45403 (513)253-8871 1 "(3r iL!*i image: ------- 2 co tn ZEC>- W .OCC o P"-p O (0 cc Q. 55 ill O wS11 .s o oo ?! o ; 2 ! gaz O ^ 18 Q >. 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Box 159 Franklin OH 45005 (513)746-9300 Owens-Corning Fiberglas Technical Center Granville OH 43023 (614)587-8069 S S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s l- Clean Air Systems, Inc. 1708 Commerce Rd. Holland OH 43528 (419)867-7400 t w ~ - a 5.-S I- i 05g|I 8ca. Q cO03(0 P S> .2 J=5 S C.X o S "Elj c ..2 ftPliil IMlSill fill ill I image: ------- OU U.O - Sw2 < S| w 8i| *. a. uus S|| gll| iSsi EJ5- Q ;Ji_ |2 81 Ilij: ^SiS tc SwS - Q2 slSS r*> a. cuz HI o22 iy ^w lg2 ffi ui > 2F - f 8 J t| image: ------- trfefc os ^2g 2 coffi I 13 00 p . CO rf euJt -s^ -Sa ^f HI W ^ *v S2 o m Ps Q CO LL CC 4- HI U->- __ I OO U)i ~ - . O OO o 0) o QC 8gi^ to gi> llsi O QS^ |8s ldl o s k- O to > EQ < ECC u- ^~ ^ S CO M O "~" UJ CO S % Q-5 uopBu jjBd aujoqjjv SOOA SB3 'qUJQ J9*flO 9PIXOJQ UOqjBQ c * J9mo "S 'IBA3 -SA"S "JU9A Ts o 10 4 'JBLjo "OJS 'ld gj |B!,U8P!S9U-UON IBJJU9PJS8U JOJOOQ |BOJP9^\ )S!6o|oiqojoj^\ ;s!UJ9MO g | J09JIMOJV Q- ;s!)ueps '\d J!V J98U|6ug '}U9A }S|U9i6An *PUI seaXofdiu? 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Box 152 Richfield OH 44286 (216)526-0990 Steamatic North Coast, Inc. 5370 Naiman Parkway Salon OH 44139 (216)498-1984 rgani lding S i,s.| ing ploy 8^ w- c 3 -,- "5 nel l and nt ide, ot icides, stem ated a mber of empl es: Types of pers iced: Residential cedures: Polluta sured: Carbon di sbestos, lead, pe ices: Ventilation s: Includes IAQ r Employees: N Personnel Ty Buildings Ser Evaluation Pr Pollutants Me formaldehyde, a Mitigation Servi Design Service Ohio image: ------- **' .occ oP"-0 ^f UJ &|il Q CO Q_ DC *5 ui u_> I OO .E O OO TJ C o ^3 ,_00 8S I HI " Sioo ' O z 'i= S^ ^^ *Z. if ^- *gpz O ^ o fi ^^t LL Pt E ^ |! J5 052 UJ > i-Qz ^5 m ?5 Air Duct Cleaning Co. 125 Stanford Place Springfield OH 45503 (800)248-3828 Mansdorf & Associates, Inc. 4575 Hudson Drive Stow OH 44224 (216)686-5100 Herrick Engineering, Lie. 3861 Monroe Street Toledo OH 43606 4) VO ^ - sS g .2 S 2 S c 1 Is ^ * gj 3 .2 S U -a a> as = 6 j8j co "S c 1 1 it 1 l^is ^ Rfp | J2|-s I $ i 6-5 * . 5 . . 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^|-g=5jg^| |Sg|-S| A>S8>"8 I^fl|^ i STS - ^SST^ CO s: Number Types: Tv Serviced: R Procedures: Pol Measured: Ca de, asbestos, l Services: V s: Incl ee nel on ts ehyd Em Per Buil Eva Poll for Miti Des O itiga esig ign h image: ------- zo p * >,oog ml 3 OGcS O > (0 CCE . Q- uj Q W j^CC 4- UJ Ur>- __ I OO O) i- t-z - u-Ea O OO s- Q- fr o-^ O < !=n. CL.nu> o < '* S i* 11 Evaluation Procedures t! (O s Qi SdOlAJdS UBlSdQ euiusaiOPna OAS '1UIB1AJ -6p|g 6u!OUB|Bg djtibg 'Hd/'O'V powiuad 'OJS W/d 'S^S '1U8A S13 s)ue6v |BOj6o|O|g sappjisad PB3T sojsaqsv epAnapiBiuJod UOpBU jjBd aujoqjjv SOOA sag -qtuo Jamo apjxojQ uoqjBQ JflO |BA3 'S^S 'JU8A jeqo 'OJS "ld IEI|U0pIS9y-UOM JBHU9DIS0M JOJOOQ |B01p8^ \s j6o [oiqojo i^\ ISILUQH^ wwaiv ,S!,uapS-|odJ!V jaauieug-juaA }Sjuat6XH 'Pul saaXoiduig Firm Name - S S s s s s s s s s s s s s S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s ' - S s s s S . -o . - IASI Environmental Services, Inc. P.O. Box 773 1 Broken Arrow OK 74013 (918)251-2504 Environmental Support Services, co i 2 So < 1 4 g & % IX* 3a| | f.8pS slj"! Jll llil III! ^SwS- -^SSS- image: ------- ^6EB 8 s= seoj/ues uBisec BuiuBeiopna OAS 'MB1N "Bpl "S.S 6tJjOUB|B S<5 'djnbg |U/'O'V POW/-IU9U-OJS W/U s^S '1U0A S13 s,ue6V leatfioioia seppnsad PB9-1 sojsaqsy || ep&jeppUIJOd fi-S uopeu JJBJ euioqj|v SOOA SBO 'quiQ JeqiO epjxoja uoqjBQ g $ mo || -jBAg-sXs-^A 2< -JBqo'OJS-lod gj IBBU9H89U-UON S| (BHuepiseu JOJOOQ 1BOJP9W ^iSoioiqojoiw ^_ js|iueqo || WW Q- js|jue(os '|0d J|V jooujBug -}U9A ;s|U8|6AH *pu| seeXo|dujg Firm Name s s s s s s s s s s s s s S S S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s >, s s s s s s s s s s s s s Milam Engineering P.O. Box 18491 Oklahoma City OK 73154 (405)843-7389 Persons-Howell Engineering, Inc. 4211 N. Barnes Oklahoma City OK 73112 (405)525-9030 S.E. Environmental Consultants, Inc. *7A1 XT it. T- _J s s s s s s s t- Tf *< u_i ^ *"* & CO <-< O T~< O *-< >>f2 d fS *g P O P 1 1? ffsfl l^ll N N en 1 S jj & | ( 5 Tj* fi* ^|* J ^^ rT ^*^ Sail i i ii i . .& i tf|" sil^'id flUl illli r.i CM IJ13 : * 0) x "^ ' Ift _ S -^ l!8 --S^o ^s. a a^c "JS . .>= E g8 1 73 ^ il Sc Q O piUi 31811 ^2% T3 11 "* ^* " .0 12 "oS^S, image: ------- ifeti Q55tn &3m li> u-$ Us o < m 3!oog 2^DCZO urve APP DO SE A RA HE - 9-it /n z DCK- u' .Otr a 2 2 |5S ccfe >lf h-Q2 i55 m t5 cf I '5 m w nj aJ^

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JOJOOQ |EO!pey\| jsiBoioiqoJoiw ^ JS.U.9MO || 109,W0JV Q- }Sj)U9ps '|d J!V J88uj6ug '}U8A )S|U9iB/(H *PUI S99^U,3 Firm Name s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s CO CO VO JH Q) ll eo rS. -H t-- C; . j=S 3 JS C3 COO\O Obi tl U o 2 cs2 fe ^ &2 S6oxO4 .S S.Sc^ 11* 1 S 5SSI l|dg>S SasS52- ,g^e:t!G. t2,S2a^ S s s s s s s s s s s s s s c< ATEC Associates, Lie. 9498 SW Barbur Boulevard Portland OR 97219 (503)452-1571 8 Sf- Bfl "3 C -K O) I 3 S 3 E S 1 11 I E a ca S 'E o S !| 8 1% 1 II ? *= ss *> i P. I i *t 1 I^S| 3 = g O S.g'2'2 I cfisg18 I I2 I- I *.9E * image: ------- CO fl PotMants Measured Evaluation Procedures ij IB li gK seoiAiesuBisea Suareeiopnrj OASWW-Bpia 6U|OUB|B9 d|nb3 'lyro'V powtueyojs w/y >SAS 'JUBA S13 sjueBy |BO|6o|ojg SeppBS8d PB8T sojseqsv epAuepiBuuod uopsa UBdeujoqjjv SOOA SBJ *QtUQ J9U1O ptxoja uoqjeo JQM10 *|BA3 *sAs *1U9A jeqo 'ojs "|Od IBU U 9pjS 9 W - UOM !BflU6piS3M JOlOQfn 1H01D3^ isiBoiojQOJOi^y jsjuieqo pe,!qoJV jsjiueps '|Od J|V J8BU|6U3 1U8A jsiueiB^H -pui 388/50^3 Firm Name s S S S S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s ^ Aigner McLaughlin Associates 1813 NW 27th Portland OR 97210 (503)274-2922 S S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s N , Aqua-Tech Laboratory & Industrial Hygiene Services 2417 SE Hawthorne Blvd. Portland OR 97238 (503)233-9871 S S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s 0 Diagnostic Environmental Lie. Security Pacific Plaza Portland OR 97204 (503)220-1618 S S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s o\ HAZCON.Inc. 9500 SWBarbur Boulevard Portland OR 97219 (503)244-8045 S S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s t Marine & Environmental Testing, Inc. 4115 N. Mississippi St. Portland OR 97217 (503)282-6920 S S S s s s s N S N S N N S i 00 PBS Environmental 1220 SW Morrison Portland OR 97205 (503)248-1939 en c c. O O) II i> g> O iolcgist, medical d rs, noise, a ticulates, ra duct cleani i= s" 8 TO ' =' Indu ools s: -con buil 'fer i'lSc^oy *Uif$tf!* Ifii! 11 a a. g g g e w H?*{H*i O> M&gif!* m Q S1 C W273 m C ** iiiiilHJb iS2^iSO image: ------- lil > c "- ccty . o o o o Q. > 0) QC I LL "Si 8 w 2 uj O Q w5 <5 i QZ OU. Q TT z zS M- iUffS F.|z ?* i o S "" >/ ^rr CO ^ o co i CO ! > image: ------- SW S8S8 o ai!< i|i| S3 CEfT occl '!$ ;5: is? B I 03 MM *X J^ ~ O Si5 H- S|g 0ii b&S| 03 >.Qf E laS E Q.Z Rl n Mitigation Services Pollutants Measured Evaluation Procedures tl Personnel Types S90|AJ8S U6JS8Q 6UJUB81O PnO "OAS 'JU!eW 'BplQ 6u|ouB|Bg djnbg -|U/-O'V powuiBH-aJs W/U "SA"S 'JUSA S13 SlU86V[eot6o,qa seppjised PB8T sojssqsv epAqep|BUUOd UOpBU }JBd eiuoqjjv SOOA SBO 'q^o JBMIO epjxoia uoqjBQ JeqJO |BA3 'S^S 'JU3/V *jdio *ojs *iOft I0iju0pts0y 'UOM Pliuepiseu J0100Q |BO!p8|AJ jsieoioiqojoiw ;S!u.8q0 joejjqoJV jsiiueps 'ld -W jooujBug *;u8A ,S1U8|6A-H -pl seeXcidiug Firm Name S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 2 .8 is|i j> ^| fx Sr >o S ^ o o\ .-oOoo S ooW,,, fsl2,.gSp52..'. 73 i C1 2 s'-e -S ^ if 1 1 '31 8 *c= 6 to (p * If Q-2 S I I 4^-^ c 2= S c en <5 i P.I i ill ' S 3-i ;; Ot 5|2g 5. -5 ID 3 ' Is1! I- 'Q>'I!6 -f.l s--|a I c c: Q"5 55 w . ;C75 'gjD) ill! 11 Si5lsla to - : 2T3 c O) _ 11 I C3)J3 0) J -V - ~J3 gf O ||8ig-|| -c?'c SS'Cto sl^I-il^ image: ------- jn I Hi 3 O "" co ~ O a ^ QU'- - Pi (0 r^ ^ Q- uJL, rf uj coE Qu -i LU cla O w^^ 4' LJJ 0>i u- ooo o a. E 3st o a: a: ciz O ^ DC Q.Z IP 2iS UJS?=> Mitigation Services Pollutants Measured Evaluation Procedures co . S90JAJ9S ll6|S9g 6U!uB9|Olona OAS 'WIBiflj -Bpig 6U|OUB|BS dmbg '|y/'O'V pOWUnU 'CHS W/U 'sAg '}uaA S13 S)ua6v |BO|6o|Ojg S9P!0!,S9d PB9T sojseqsv apAqapjBuuoj uopBU JJBJ aujoqjjv SOOA SBo-quioJewo epjxojQ uoqjBQ JeqjQ |BA3-sXs-lU9A JBqo -OJS "|0d |B!}U9pisea-uoN IBjiuapjsay JO1OOQ |501p9[A| 1SIDOIOIQOJOIIAI )SJUJ9L|O loa,!qOJV isjjueios '|Od J!V jeeu|6ug '}U9A js|U9|6AH ~pu| seeAoidujg Firm Name S S S s s ' s s s s s s * s ^ s s s s s <* w f- a ^ .1 a " S ** K *" S3 ^J^ S^i2) -sMc a 1^- 11*^^- ^d*- s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s - muuKi rn. lyuvu (215)6464059 Indoor Air Quality Services, Inc. 45 E. City Line Ave. BalaCynivyd PA 19004 ffinou5tt-Qgnn s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s >o Criterion Laboratories, Inc. 3370 Progress Dr. Bensalem PA 19020 (215)244-1300 S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s to 1 Allegheny Mountain Research R.D.l,Box243A Berlin PA 15530 (814)2674404 8s .2 _ c | m <9 c"5 - * ' tf *--"a c mum$ S.m&S.sa Q^ image: ------- CO IS: Mitigation Services Pollutants Measured Evaluation Procedures o it 0, S90JAJ9S Ufijsgg 6u!UB9|0pna OAS 'mew '6Pra SujouBjBg djnbg |U/'O'V POW/-UJ9U-OJS W/U '% '"9A S13 sjU9fiv [B0j6o|0[g sepiOBS9d PB81 sojseqsv epAijep|Biujoj uopBU TJBJ oujoqjjv SOOA SBO 'quiQ Jetflo OPIXOIQ uoqJBO J8UJO |BA3 -sXs 'JU9A JBU.O 'OJS 'Id lenueptsau-uoN |B,,U9P!S9U JOJOOQ |BOjp9^ lS]6o|OiqoJoiVM isiujgqo WNWV Isnueps'lodW J9QUJ6U3 'JU9A 1S|UO|6XH *pu] S99XO|dlU=| Firm Name S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S co INX Corporation P.O. Box 147 Bethel PA 19507 (717)933-8192 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S EnviraHealth Corporation P.O. Box 4163 Bethlehem PA 18018 (215)691-2269 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 1 1 j Brian E. Seley Engineering RDl,Boxl94 Brackney PA 18812 (717)663-2332 SE Technologies Inc. 1370 Washington Road Bridgeville PA 15017 (412)257-6042 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S United Safety Services, Inc. 410 East Main St Carnegie PA 15106 (412)341-2700 S si S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S oo 1 Neilson Associates Inc. 1 100 Dickenson Drive Chadds Foid FA 19317 (215)459-0720 gist, medical doctor. ctors, noise, and lig articulates, radon, nd duct cleaning. 5 I t C c: -g ffl il i r- : c o> c 1 g J-la CD M. - ra si 2 Jj i^3 "at $ "w 0? S ^ isnr1 i:=i!.0 I jllHll.il "Sir 8? Sfeil^niJS ip ^|i|l|l TcoTnto'S i^* S S'-o 8.5 n *^ ia of empl pes or Reside es: Poll : Carbo os, lead Ventilati , ilation IAQ Spill 5- !islSf C <5 io!maiaES ^^ image: ------- fefc .i= Qg 18 ft) UJ 111 . Ooc < ! W ! 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This material is taken from the 1992 Consumer's Resource Handbook, prepared by the Office of the Special Adviser to the President for Consumer Affairs, The White House, Washington, D.C., and the United States Office of Consumer Affairs. National Headquarters Council of Better Business Bureaus, Inc. 4200 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, VA 22209 (703) 276-0100 Local Bureaus Alabama P.O. Box 55268 Birmingham, AL 35255-5268 (205) 558-2222 118 Woodburn Street Dothan, AL 36301 (205) 792-3804 P.O. Box 383 Huntsville, AL 35801 (205) 533-1640 707 Van Antwerp Building Mobile, AL 36602 (205) 433-5494, 5495 Commerce Street, Suite 806 Montgomery, AL 36104 (205) 262-5606 Alaska 3380 C Street, Suite 103 Anchorage, AK 99503 (907) 562-0704 Arizona 4428 North 12th Street Phoenix, AZ 85014-4585 (602) 264-1721 50 West Drachman Street Suite 103 Tuscon, AZ 85705 (602) 622-7651 (inquiries) (602) 622-7654 (complaints) Arkansas 1415 South University Little Rock, AR 72204 (501) 664-7274 California 705 Eighteenth Street Bakersfield, CA 93301-4882 (805) 322-2074 P.O. Box 970 Colton, CA 92324-0522 (714) 825-7280 6101 Ball Road Suite 309 Cypress, CA 90630 (714) 527-0680 1398 West Indianapolis Suite 102 Fresno, CA 93705 (209) 222-8111 494 Alvarado Street Suite C Monterey, CA 93940 (408) 372-3149 510 16th Street Oakland, CA 94612 (415) 839-5900 400 S Street Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 443-6843 3111 Camino Del Rio, North Suite 600 San Diego, CA 92108-1729 (619) 281-6422 33 New Montgomery St. Tower San Francisco, CA 94105 (415) 243-9999 1505 Meridian Avenue San Jose, CA 95125 (408) 978-8700 P.O. Box 294 San Mateo, CA 94401 (415) 696-1240 P.O. Box 746 Santa Barbara, CA 93102 (805) 963-8657 300 B Street Santa Rosa, CA 95401 (707) 577-0300 1111 North Center Street Stockton, CA 95202-1383 (209) 948-4880, 4881 Colorado P.O. Box 7970 ' Colorado Springs, CO 80933 (303) 636-1155 1780 South Bellaire, Suite 700 Denver, CO 80222 (303) 758-2100 (inquiries) (303) 758-2212 (complaints) 1730 S. College Avenue Suite 303 Fort Collins, CO 80525 (303) 484-1348 D- 1 image: ------- 119 West 6th Street Suite 203 Pueblo, CO 81003-3119 (719) 542-6464 Connecticut 2345 Black Rock Turnpike Full-field, CT 06430 (203) 374-6161 2080 Silas Deane Highway Rocky Hill, CT 06067-2311 (203) 529-3575 100 South Turnpike Road Walllngford, CT 06492-4395 (203) 269-2700 (inquiries) (203) 269-4457 (complaints) Delaware 2055 Limestone Road Suite 200 Wilmington, DE 19808 (302) 996-9200 District of Columbia 1012 14th Street, N.W. 14th Floor Washington, DC 20005-3410 (202) 393-8000 Florida in s&feioo to the Belter Buiineu Bureau*. Florida bu a number of Belter Buiincjj Councils uhicb an ifffiiled uith local Chambers of Commerce throughout the Mate. The Better BuitCKif Couocii are Kttcd foHcm'ng the Better Buiio&t Buccaui. Better Business Bureaus t P.O. Box 7950 Clearwater, FL 34618-7950 (813) 535-5522 2976-E Cleveland Avenue Fort Myers, FL 33901 (813) 334-7331 3100 University Blvd. South Suite 239 Jacksonville, FL 32216 (904) 721-2288 2605 Mailtand Center Parkway MaHIand, FL 32751-7147 (407) 660-9500 16291 North West 57th Avenue Miami, FL 33014-6709 (305) 625-1302 (complaints for Dade County) (305) 625-0307 (inquiries for Dade County) (305) 524-2803 (inquiries for Broward County) (305) 527-1643 (complaints for Broward County) P.O. Box 1511 Pensacola, FL 32597-1511 (904) 433-6111 1950 SB Port St. Lucie Blvd. Suite 211 Port SL Lucie, Fl. 34952 (407) 878-2010 (407) 337-2083 (Martin County) 2247 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Suite 211 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 (305) 686-2200 Better Business Councils P.O. Box 3607 Lakeland, FL 33802-3607 (813) 680-1030 (Polk County) P.O. Box 492426 Leesburg, FL 32749-2426 (904) 326-0770 (Lake County) 400 Fortenberry Road Men-Hi Island, FL 32952 (407) 452-8869 (Central Brevard County) 13000 South Tamiami Trail Suite 111 North Port, FL 34287 (813) 426-8744 4100 Dixie Highway, NE Palm Bay, FL 32905 (407) 984-8454 (South Brevard County) 1819 Main Street Suite 240 Sarasota, FL 34236 (813) "366-3144 P.O. Drawer 2767 Titusville, FL 32781-2767 (407) 268-2822 (North Brevard County) 257 Tamiami Trail, North Venice, FL 34285-1534 (813) 485-3510 Georgia 1319-B Dawson Road Albany, GA 31707 (912) 883-0744 1 (800) 868-4222 (toll free) 100 Edgewood Avenue Suite 1012 Atlanta, GA 30303 (404) 688-4910 P.O. Box 2085 Augusta, GA 30903 (404) 722-1574 P.O. Box 2587 Columbus, GA 31902 (404) 324-0712 1765 Shurling Drive Macon, GA 31211 (912) 742-7999 P.O. Box 13956 Savannah, GA 31416-0956 (912) 354-7521 Hawaii 1600 Kapiolani Boulevard Suite 714 Honolulu, HI 96814 (808) 942-2355 Idaho 1333 West Jefferson Boise, ID 83702 (208) 342-4649 '(208)467-5547 (Canyon County) Illinois 211 West Wacker Drive Chicago, IL 60606 (312) 444-1188 (inquiries) (312) 346-3313 (complaints) 3024 West Lake Peoria, IL 61615 (309) 688-3741 810 East State Street 3rd Floor Rockford, IL 61104 (815) 963-2222 D-2 image: ------- Indiana P.O. Box 405 Elkhart, IN 46515-0405 (219) 262-8996 4004 Morgan Avenue Suite 201 Evansville, IN 47715 (812) 473-0202 1203 Webster Street Fort Wayne, IN 46802 (219) 423-4433 4231 Cleveland Street Gary, IN 46408 (219) 980-1511 Victoria Centre 22 East Washington Street Suite 200 ' Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 637-0197 Marion, IN I (800) SS2-4631(toll free in IN) Consumer Education Council (non-BBB) BSW WB 150 Muncie, IN 47306 . (317) 285-5668 52303 Emmons Road Suite 9 South Bend, IN 46637 (219) 277-9121 Iowa 852 Middle Road Suite 290 Bettendorf, IA 52722-4100 (319) 355-6344 615 Insurance Exchange Building Des Moines, IA 50309 (515) 243-8137 318 Badgerow Building Sioux City, IA 51101 (712) 252-4501 Kansas 501 Jefferson, Suite 24 Topeka, KS 66607-1190 . (913) 232-0454 300 Kaufman Building Wichita, KS 67202 (316) 263-3146 Kentucky 311 West Short Street Lexington, KY 40507 (606) 259-1008 844 South 4th Street Louisville, KY 40203-2186 (502) 583-6546 Louisiana 1605 Murray Street Suite 117 Alexandria, LA 71301 (318) 473-4494 2055 Wooddale Boulevard Baton Rouge, LA 70806-1519 (504) 926-3010 501 East Main Street Houma, LA 70360 (504)868-3456 P.O. Box 30297 Lafayette, LA 70593-0297 (318) 981-3497 P.O. Box 1681 Lake Charles, LA 70602 (318) 433-1633 141 De Siard Street, Suite 808 Monroe, LA 71201-7380 (318) 387-4600, 8421 1539 Jackson. Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130-3400 (504) 581-6222 1401 North Market Street Shreveport, LA 71107-6525 (318) 221 -8352 Maine 812 Stevens Avenue Portland, ME 04103 (207) 878-2715 Maryland 2100 Huntington Avenue Baltimore, MD 21211-3215 (301) 347-3990 Massachusetts 20 Park Plaza, Suite 820 Boston, MA 02116-4404 (617) 426-9000 , Framingham, MA (617) 872-5585 1 (800) 422-2811 (toll free in MA) 78 North Street Suite 1 Hyannis, MA 02601-3808 (508) 771-3022 Lawrence, MA 1 (800) 422-2811 (toll free in MA) 293 Bridge Street, Suite 320 Springfield, MA 01103 (413) 734-3114 P.O. Box 379 Worcester, MA 01601 (617) 755-2548 Michigan 620 Trust Building Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 774-8236 30555 Southfield Road Suite 200 Southfield, MI 48076-7751 (313) 644-1012 (inquiries) (313) 644-9136 (complaints) (313) 644-9152 (Auto Line) 1 (800) 955-5100 (toll free nationwide auto line) Minnesota 2706 Gannon Road St Paul, MN 55116 (612) 699-1111 Mississippi 460 Briarwood Drive Suite 340 Jackson, MS 39206-3088 (601) 956-8282 1(800) 274-7222 . (toll free in MS) (601) 957-2886 (automotive complaints only) D-3 image: ------- Missouri 306 East 12th Street Suite 1024 Kansas City, MO 64106-2418 (816) 421-7800 5100 Oakland, Suite 200 SL Louis, MO 63110 (314) 531-3300 205 Park Central East Suite 509 Springfield, MO 65806 (417) 862-9231 Nebraska 719 North 48th Street Lincoln, NE 68504-3491 (402) 467-5261 1613 Farnam Street Room 417 Omaha, NE 63102-2158 (402) 346-3033 Nevada 1022 B. Sahara Avenue Las Vegas, NV 89104-1515 (702) 735-6900,1969 P.O. Box 21269 Reno, NV 89515-1269 (702) 322-0657 New Hampshire 410 South Main Street Concord, NH 03301 (603) 2244991 New Jersey 494 Broad Street Newark, NJ 07102 (201) 642-INFO 2 Forest Avenue Paramus, NJ 07652 (201) 845-4044 1721 Route 37 East Toms River, NJ 08753-8239 (201) 270-5577 1700 Whitehorse Hamilton Square, Suite D-5 Trenton, NJ 08690 (609) 588-0808 (Mercer County) P.O. Box 303 Westmont, NJ 08108-0303 (609) 854-8467 New Mexico 4600-A Montgomery NE Suite 200 Albuquerque, NM 87109 (505) 884-0500 1 (800) 445-1461 (toll free in NM) 308 North Locke Farminglon, NM 87401 (505) 326-6501 2407 W. Picacho Suite B-2 Las Cruces, NM 88005 (505)'524-3130 New York 346 Delaware Avenue Buffalo, NY 14202 (716) 856-7180 266 Main Street Fanningdale, NY 11735 (516) 420-0500 1 (800) 955-5100 (toll free-Auto Line) 257 Park Avenue South New York, NY 10010 (900) 463-6222 ($.85 per minute) 1122 Sibley Towea Rochester, NY 14604-1084 (716) 546-6776 847 James Street Suite 200 Syracuse, NY 13203 (315) 479-6635 1211 Route 9 Wappingers Falls, NY 12590 (914) 297-6550 1 (800) 955-5100 (toll free- Auto Line) 30 Glenn Street White Plains, NY 10603 (914) 428-1230, 1231 1 (800) 955-5100 (toll free- Auto Line) North Carolina 801 BB&T Building Ashviile, NC 28801 (704) 253-2392 1130 East Third Street Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28204-2626 (704) 332-7151 3608 West Friendly Avenue Greensboro, NC 27410 (919) 852-4240, 4241, 4242 P.O. Box 1882 Hickory, NC 28603 (704) 464-0372 3120 Poplarwood Court Suite 101 Raleigh, NC 27604-1080 (919) 872-9240 2110 Cloverdale Avenue Suite 2-B Wlnston-Salem, NC 27103 (919) 725-8348 Ohio 222 West Market Street Akron, OH 44303-2111. (216) 253-4590 1434 Cleveland Avenue, NW Canton, OH 44703 (216) 454-9401 898 Walnut Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 (513) 421-3015 2217 East 9th Street Suite 200 Cleveland, OH 44115-1299 (216) 241-7678 527 South High Street Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 221-6336 40 West Fourth Street Suite 1250 Dayton, OH 45402 (513) 222-5825 1 (800) 521-8357 (toll free on OH) P.O. Box 269 Lima, OH 45802 (419) 223-7010 D-4 image: ------- 130 West 2nd Street Mansfield, OH 44902-1915 (419) 522-1700 425 Jefferson Avenue Suite 909 Toledo, OH 43604-1055 (419) 241-6276 345 N. Market, Suite 202 Wooster, OH 44691 (216) 263-6444 P.O. Box 1495 Youngslown, OH 44501-1495 (216) 744-3111 Oklahoma 17 South Dewey Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 239-6860 (inquiries) (405) 239-6083 (complaints) (405) 239-6081 (inquiries) 6711 S. Yale Suite 230 Tulsa, OK 74136-3327 (918) 492-1266 Oregon 610 S.W. Alder Street Suite 615 Portland, OR 97205 (503) 226-3981 1 (800) 488-4166 (toll free in OR) Pennsylvania 528 North New Street Bethlehem, PA 18018 (215) 866-8780 6 Marion Court Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 291-1151 (717) 232-2800 (Harrisburg) (717) 846-2700 (York County) (717) 394-9318 (Auto Line) P.O. Box 2297 ' Philadelphia, PA 19103-0297 (215)496-1000 610 Smithfield Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (412) 456-2700 P.O. Box 993 Scranton, PA 18501 (717)342-9129 ' ' (717) 655-0445 Puerto Rico Condominium Olimpo Plaza Suite 208 1002 Munoz Rivera Avenue Rio Pledras, PR 00927 (809) 756-5400 (809) 767-0446 Rhode Island Bureau Park P.O. Box 1300 Warwick, RI 02887-1300 (401) 785-1212 (inquiries) (401) 785-1213 (complaints) South Carolina 1830 Bull Street Columbia, SC 29201 (803) 254-2525 311 Pettigru Street Greenville, SC 29601 (803) 242-5052 1310-G Azalea Court Mrytle Beach, SC 29577 (803) 497-8667 Tennessee P.O. Box 1178 TCAS BlountvUle, TN 37617 (615) 323-6311 1010 Market Street Suite 200 Chattanooga, TN 37402-2614 (615) 479-6096 (Bradley County only) (615) 266-6144 (also serves Whitfield and Murray counties in GA) 900 East Hill Avenue Suite 165 Knoxville, TN 37915-2525 (615) 522-2552 P.O. Box 750704 Memphis, TN 38175-0704 (901) 795-8771 Sovran Plaza Suite 1830 Nashville, TN 37239 (615) 254-5872 Texas 3300 S. 14th Street Suite 307 Abilene, TX 79605 (915) 691-1533 P.O. Box 1905 AmarUIo, TX 79105-1905 (806) 379-6222 708 Colorado Suite 720 Austin, TX 78701 -3028. (512) 476-1616 P.O. Box 2988 Beaumont, TX 77704-2988 (409) 835-5348 202 Varisco Building Bryan, TX 77803 (409) 823-8148, 8149 4535 S. Padre Island Drive Suite 28 Carpus Christi, TX 78411 (512) 854-2892 2001 Bryan Street Suite 850 Dallas, TX 75201 (214) 220-2000 1 (800) 442-1456 (toll free in TX) 5160 Montana, Lower Level El Paso, TX 79903 (915) 772-2727 512 Main Street Suite 807 Fort Worth, TX 76102 (817) 332-7585 2707 North Loop West Suite 900 Houston, TX 77008 (713) 868-9500 P.O. Box 1178 Lubbock, TX 97408-1178 (806) 763-0459 D-5 image: ------- P.O. Box 60206 Mldlnd, TX 79711-0206 (915) 563-1880 1 (800) 592-4433 (toll free in 915 area code) P.O. Box 3366 Sun Angelo, TX 76902-3366 (915) 949-2989 1800 Northeast Loop 410 Suite 400 San Anlonlo, TX 78217 (512) 828-9441 P.O. Box 6652 Tyler, TX 75711-6652 (903) 581-5704 P.O. Box 7203 Waco, TX 76714-7203 (817) 772-7530 P.O. Box 69 Westeco, TX 78596 (512) 968-3678 1106 Brook Street Wichita Falls, TX 76301-5079 (817) 723-5526 Utah 1588 South Main Street Salt Lake City, UT 84115 (801) 487-4656 Virginia 4022B Plank Road Fredericksburg, VA 22047 (703) 786-8397 3608 Tidewater Drive Norfolk, VA 23509-1499 (804) 627-5651 701 East Franklin Street Suite 712 Richmond, VA 23219 (804) 648-0016 31 W. Campbell Avenue Roanokt, VA 24011-1301 (703) 342-3455 Washington 127 West Canal Drive Kennewkk, WA 99336-3819 (509) 582-0222 2200 Sixth Avenue Suite 828 Seattle, WA 98121-1857 (206) 448-8888 (206) 448-6222 (24-hour business reporting system) South 176 Stevens Spokane, WA 99204-1393 (509) 747-1155 P.O. Box 1274 Tacoma, WA 98401-1274 (206) 383-5561 P.O. Box 1584 YaMma, WA 98907-1584 (509) 248-1326 Wisconsin 740 North Plankinton Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53203 (414) 273-1600 (inquiries) (414) 273-0123 (complaints) Wyoming BBB/Idaho Falls (serves Teton, Park, and Lincoln counties in Wyoming) 545 Shoup Avenue, Suite 210 Idaho Falls, ID 83402 (208) 523-9754 BBB/Fort Collins (Serves all other Wyoming counties) 1730 South College Avenue Suite 303 Fort Collins, CO 80525 I (800) 873-3222 (toll free in WY) D-6 image: ------- State, County, and City Consumer Protection Offices State and local consumer protection offices resolve individual consumer complaints, conduct information and educational programs, and enforce consumer protection and fraud laws. Local consumer protection offices can be particularly helpful for both pre-purchase information and complaint handling because they are often very familiar with local businesses and laws. Most of these offices require complaints in writing. Call to find out the correct procedure for filing a complaint and what sales documents are needed. This material is taken from the 1992 Consumer's Resource Handbook, prepared by the Office of the Special Adviser to the President for Consumer Affairs, The White House, Washington, D.C., and the United States Office of Consumer Affairs. Alabama Mr. Dennis Wright, Acting Director Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 11 South Union Street Montgomery, AL 36130 (205)261-7334 , 1 (800) 592-5658 (toll free in AL) Alaska State Offices The Consumer Protection Section in the Office of Attorney General has been closed. Consumers with complaints are being referred to the Better Business Bureau, small claims court, and private attorneys. American Samoa Mr. Tauivi Tuinei, Director Consumer Protection Bureau P.O. Box 7 Pago Pago, AS 96799 Oil (684) 633-4163 Oil (684) 663-4164 Arizona State Offices Ms. H. Leslie Hall, Chief Counsel Consumer Protection Office of the Attorney General 1275 West Washington Street, Room 259 Phoenix, AZ 85007 (602) 542-3702 (602) 542-5763 1 (800) 552-8451 (toll free in AZ) Ms. Noreeen Matts Assistant Attorney General Consumer Protection Office of Attorney General 402 West Congress Street, Suite 315 Tucson, AZ 85701 (602) 628-6504 County Offices Mr. Stephen Udall, County Attorney Apache County Attorney's Office P.O. Box 637 St Johns, AZ 85936 (602) 337-4364, ext. 240 Mr. Alan Policy, County Attorney Cochise County Attorney's Office P.O. Drawer CA Bisbee, AZ 85603 (602) 432-9377 Mr. John Verkamp, County Attorney Coconino County Attorney's Office Coconino County Courthouse 100 East Birch Flagstaff, AZ 86001 (602) 779-6518 Mr. Joe Albo, Jr., County Attorney Gila County Attorney's Office 1400 East Ash Street Globe, AZ 85501 (602) 425-3231 Mr. Paul H. McCullar, County Attorney Graham County Attorney's Office Graham County Courthouse 800 West Main Safford, AZ 85546 (602) 428-3620 Mr. 'Charles E. Fletcher, County Attorney Greenlee County Attorney's Office P.O. Box 1387 Clifton, AZ 85533 (602) 865-3842 Mr. Steven P. Suskin, County Attorney La Paz County Attorney's Office 1200 Arizona Avenue P.O. Box 709 Parker, AZ 85344 (602) 669-6118 Mr. William Ekstrom, County Attorney Mohave County Attorney's Office 315 North 4th Street Kingman, AZ 86401 (602)757-0719 Mr. Melvin Bowers, County Attorney Navajo County Attorney's Office Governmental Complex Holbrook, AZ 86025 (602) 524-6161 Mr. Stephen D. Neely, County Attorney Pima County Attorney's Office 1400 Great American Tower 3200 North Stone Tucson, AZ 85701 (602) 740-5733 Mr. Roy Mendoza, County Attorney Final County Attorneys Office P.O. Box 887 Florence, AZ 85232 (602) 868-5801 D-7 image: ------- Mr. Jose L. Machado, County Attorney Santa Cruz County Attorney's Office 2100 N, Congress Drive, Suite 201 NogKles, AZ 85621 (602) 281-4966 Mr. Charles Hastings, County Attorney Yavapat County Attorney's Office Yavapai County Courthouse Prescotl, AZ 86301 (602) 771-3344 Mr. David S. Ellsworth, County Attorney Yutna County Attorney's Office 168 South Second Avenue Yum, AZ 85364 (602) 329-2270 City Omce Mr. Ronald M. Dctrick, Supervising Attorney Consumer Affairs Division Tucson City Attorney's Office 110 E. Pcnnington Street, 2nd Floor P.O. Box 27210 Tucson, AZ 85726-7210 (602) 791-4886 Arkansas Stale Office Mr. Roycc Griffin, Director Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 200 Tower Building 323 Center Street Little Rock, AR 72201 (501) 682-2341 (voice/TDD) 1 (800) 482-8982 (toll free voice/TDD in AR) CjilUomla State Offices Mr. James Conran, Director California Department of Consumer Affairs 400 R Street, Suite 1040 Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 445-0660 (complaint assistance) (916) 445-1254 (consumer information) (916) 522-1700 (TDD) I (800) 344-9940 (toll free in CA) Public Inquiry Unit Office of Attorney General P.O. Box 944255 Sacramento, CA 94244-2550 (916) 322-3360 1 (800) 9S2-S22S (toll free in CA) 1 (800) 952-5548 (toll free TDD in CA) Bureau of Automotive Repair California Department of Consumer Affairs 10240 Systems Parkway Sacramento, CA 95827 (916) 366-5100 1 (800) 952-5210 (toll free in CA - auto repair only) County Offices Ms. Lorraine K. Provost, Coordinator Alameda County Consumer Affairs Commission 4400 MacArthur Boulevard Oakland, CA 94619 (415) 530-8682 Mr. Gary Yancey, District Attorney Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office 725 Court Street, 4th Floor P.O. Box 670 Martinez, CA 94553 (415) 646-4500 Mr. Alan Yengoyan Senior Deputy District Attorney Business Affairs Fresno County District Attorney's Office 2220 Tulare Street, Suite 1000 Fresno, CA 93721 (209) 488-3156 Mr. Edward R. Jagels, District Attorney Consumer and Major Business Fraud Section Kern County District Attorney's Office 1215 Truxton Avenue Bakersfield, CA 93301 (805) 861-2421 Mr. Pastor Herrera, Jr., Director Los Angeles County Department of Consumer Affairs 500 West Temple Street, Room B-96 Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 974-1452 Ms. Betty Times, Director Citizens Service Office Marin County Mediation Services Marin County Civic Center, Room 412 San Rafael, CA 94903 (415) 499-6190 Mr. Jerry Herman, District Attorney Marin County'District Attorney's office Marin County Civic Center, Room 155 San Rafael, CA 94903 (415) 499-6482 Mr. Robert Nichols Deputy District Attorney Consumer Protection Division Marin County District Attorney's Office Hall of Justice, Room 183 San Rafael, CA 94903 (415) 499-6450 Ms. Susan Massini, District Attorney Mendocino County District Attorney's Office P.O. Box 1000 UHah, CA 95482 (707) 463-4211 Ms. Candice Chin, Coordinator Monterey County Office of Consumer Affairs P.O. Box 1369 Salinas, CA 93902 (408) 755-5073 Mr. Daryl A. Roberts, Deputy District Attorney Consumer Affairs Division Napa County District Attorney's Office 931 Parkway Mall P.O. Box 720 IVapa, CA 94559 (707) 253-4059 Mr. Guy Ormes Deputy District Attorney in Charge Major Fraud Unit Orange County District Attorney's Office 801 Civic Center Drive West, Suite 120 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 541-7600 Mr. Christopher P. Kralick Deputy District Attorney in Charge Consumer and Environmental Protection Unit Orange County District Attorney's Office 801 Civic Center Drive West, Suite 120 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 541-7600 D-8 image: ------- Mr. Paul Zellerbach Deputy District Attorney Economic Crime Division Riverside County District Attorney's Office 4075 Main Street Riverside, CA 92501 (714) 275-5400 Mr. M. Scott Prentice Supervising Deputy District Attorney Consumer and 'Environmental Protection Division Sacramento County District Attorney's Office P.O. Box 749 Sacramento, CA 95812-0749 (916) 440-6174 Mr. Anthony Samson, Director Consumer Fraud Division San Diego County District Attorney's Office P.O. Box X-1011 San Diego, CA 92112 (619) 531-3507 (fraud complaint line) (8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.; leave message at other times) Mr. Robert H. Perez, Attorney Consumer and Environmental Protection Unit San Francisco County District Attorney's Office 732 Brennan Street San Francisco, CA 94103 (415) 552-6400 (public inquiries) (415) 553-1814 (complaints) Mr. Stephen Taylor . Deputy District Attorney Consumer and Business Affairs Division San Joaquih County District Attorney's Office 222 East Weber, P.O. Box 990 Stockton, CA 95202 (209) 468-2419 Ms. Leigh Lawrence Director, Economic Crime Unit Consumer Fraud Department County Government Center 1050 Monterey Street, Room 235 San Luis Obispo, CA 93408 (805) 549-5800 Mr. John E. Wilson, Deputy in Charge Consumer Fraud and Environmental Protection Unit San Mateo County District Attorney's Office 401 Marshall Street Hall of Justice and Records Redwood City, CA 94063 (415) 366-4656 Mr. Alan Kaplan Deputy District Attorney Consumer Protection unit Santa Barbara County District Attorney's Office 1105 Santa Barbara Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101 (805)568-2300 Mr. Albert C. Bender Deputy District Attorney Consumer Fraud Unit Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office 70 West Hedding Street, West Wing San Jose, CA 95110 (408) 299-7400 Mr. Lawrence R. Sheahan, Director Santa Clara County Department of Consumer Affairs 2175 The Alameda San Jose, CA 95126 (408) 299-4211 Ms. Robin McFarland Gysin Ms. Gloria Lorenzo Coordinators, Division of Consumer Affairs Santa Cruz County District Attorney's Office 701 Ocean Street, Room 200 Santa Cruz, CA 95060 (408) 425-2054 Mr. William Atkinson Deputy District Attorney Consumer Affairs Unit Solano County District Attorney's Office 600 Union Avenue Fail-field, CA 94533 (707) 421-6860 Mr. Thomas Quinlan Deputy District Attorney Consumer Fraud Unit Stanislaus County District Attorney's Office P.O. Box 442 Modesto, CA 95353 (209) 571-5550 Mr. Greg Brose Deputy District Attorney Consumer and Environmental - Protection Division Ventura County District Attorney's Office 800 South Victoria Avenue Ventura, CA 93009 (805) 654-3110 Mr. Mark Jerome Jones Supervising Deputy District Attorney Special Services Unit - Consumer/Environmental Yolo County District Attorney's Office P.O. Box 245 Woodland, CA 95695 (916) 666-8424 City Offices Ms. Sue Frauens Supervising Deputy City Attorney Consumer Protection Division Los Angeles City Attorney's Office 200 North Main Street 1600 City Hall East Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213)485-4515 Ms. Teresa Bransfield Consumer Affairs Specialist Consumer Division Santa Monica City Attorney's Office 1685 Main Street, Room 310 Santa Monica, CA 90401 (213) 458-8336 Colorado State Offices Consumer Protection Unit Office of Attorney General 110 16th Street, 10th Floor Denver, CO 80202 (303) 620-4500 Ms. Helen Davis Consumer and Food Specialist Department of Agriculture 700 Kipling Street, Suite 4000 Lakewood, CO 80215-5894 (303) 239-4114 County Offices Mr. Victor Reichman, District Attorney Archuleta, LaPlata and San Juan Counties District Attorney's Office P.O. Drawer 3455 Durango, CO 81302 (303) 247-8850 D-9 image: ------- Mr, Alex Hunter, District Attorney Boulder County District Attorney's Office P.O. Box 471 Boulder, CO 80306 (303) 441-3700 Ms. Clair Villano, Executive Director Denver County District Attorney's Consumer Fraud Office 303 West Colfax, Suite 1300 Denver, CO 80204 (303) 575-3555 (inquiries) (303) 575-3557 (complaints) Mr. David Zook Chief Deputy District Attorney Economic Crime Division El Paso and Teller Counties District Attorney's Office 325 South Tejon Colorado Springs, CO 80903-2083 (303) 520-6002 Mr. Gus Sandstrom, District Attorney Pueblo County District Attorney's Office Courthouse 215 West Tenth Pueblo, CO 81003 (719) 546-6030 Mr. A.M. Dominguez, Jr. District Attorney Mr. Tony Molocznik Consumer Fraud Investigator Weld County District Attorney's Consumer Office P.O. Box 1167 Greeky, CO 80632 (303) 356-4000, ext.4735 Connecticut State Offices Ms. Gloria Schaffer, Commissioner Department of Consumer Protection State Office Building 165 Capitol Avenue Hartford, CT 06106 (203) 566-4999 I (800) 842-2649 (toll free in CT) Mr. Robert M. Langer Assistant Attorney General Antitrust/Consumer Protection Office of Attorney General 110 Sherman Street Hartford, CT 06105 (203) 566-5374 City Office Mr. Guy Tommasi, Director Middletown Office of Consumer Protection City Hall Middletown, CT 06457 (203) 344-3492 Delaware State Offices Mr. Donald E. Williams, Director Division of Consumer Affairs Department of Community Affairs 820 North French Street, 4th Floor Wilmington, DE 19801 (302) 577-3250 Mr. Stuart Drowos Deputy Attorney General for Economic Crime and Consumer Protection Office of Attorney General 820 North French Street Wilmington, DE 19801 (302) 577-3250 District of Columbia Mr. Aubrey Edwards, Director Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs 614 H Street, N.W. Washington, DC 20001 (202) 727-7000 Florida State Offices Ms. Barbara Edwards, Assistant Director Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Division of Consumer Services 218 Mayo Building Tallahassee, FL 32399 (904) 488-2226 I (800) 342-2176 (toll free TDD in Florida) 1 (800) 327-3382 (toll free info, and education, in FL) 1 (800) 321-5366 (toll free lemon law in FL) Mr. Jack A. Norris Jr. Chief Consumer Litigation Section The Capital Tallahassee, FL 32399-1050 (904) 488-9105 Mr. Richard Scott, Chief Consumer Division Office of Attorney General 4000 Hollywood Boulevard Suite 505 South Hollywood, FL 33021 (305) 985-4780 County Offices State Attorney Consumer Fraud Unit 700 S. Park Avenue TitusvUIe, FL 32780 (407) 264-5230 Mr. Stanley A. Kaufman, Director Broward County Consumer Affairs Division 115 South Andrews Avenue, P^oom 119 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 (305) 357-6030 Mr. Leonard Elias, Consumer Advocate Metropolitan Dade County Consumer Protection Division 140 West Flagler Street, Suite 902 Miami, FL 33130 (305) 375-4222 Mr. Frederic A. Kerstein, Chief Dade County Economic Crime Unit Office of State Attorney 1350 N.W. 13th Terrace, Room 600 Miami, FL 33125 (305) 324-3030 Mr. Henry Huerta, Manager Hillsborough County Department of Consumer Affairs 412 East Madison Street, Room 1001 Tampa, FL 33602 (813)272-6750 Mr. Larry F. Blalock, Chief Orange County Consumer Fraud Unit 250 North Orange Avenue P.O. Box 1673 Orlando, FL 32802 - (305) 836-2490 Citizens Intake Palm Beach County Office of State Attorney P.O. Drawer 2905 West Palm Beach, FL 33402 (407) 355-3560 D-10 image: ------- Mr. Lawrence Breeden, Director Palm Beach County Department of Consumer Affairs 3111 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 128 West Palm Beach, FL 33405 (407) 355-2670 Mr. Alfred J. Cortis, Administrator Pasco County Consumer Affairs Division 7530 Little Road New Port Rlchey, FL 34654 (813) 847-8110 Mr. William H. Richards, Director Pinellas County Office of Consumer Affairs P.O. Box 17268 Cleanvater, FL 34622-0268 (813) 530-6200 Ms. Beth Rutberg, Coordinator Seminole County Economic Crime Unit 100 East First Street Sanford, FL 32771 (407) 322-7534 City Offices Ms. Rachel Marcus-Hendry Chief of Consumer Affairs City of Jacksonville Division of Consumer Affairs 421 W. Church St., Suite 404 Jacksonville, Fl. 32202 (904) 630-3667 Mr. Al Dezure, Chairman Lauderhill Consumer Protection Board 1176 N.W. 42nd Way Lauderhill, FL 33313 (305) 321-2450 Mr. Irving Lopatey, Chairman Tamarac Board of Consumer Affairs 7525 N.W. 88th Avenue Tamarac, FL 33321 (305) 722-5900, ext. 389 (Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday - 10a.m. to Noon) Georgia State Office Mr. Barry Reid, Administrator Governors Office of Consumer Affairs 2 Martin Luther King, Jr., Drive, S.E. Plaza Level East Tower Atlanta, GA 30334 (404) 651-8600 (404) 656-3790 1 (800) 869-1123 (toll free in GA) Hawaii State Offices Mr. Philip Doi, Director Office of Consumer Protection Department of Commerce and ' Consumer Affairs 828 Fort Street Mall, Suite 600B P.O. Box 3767 Honolulu, HI 96812-3767 (808) 586-2630 Mr. Gene Murayama, Investigator Office of Consumer Protection Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs 75 Aupuni Street Hilo, HI 96720 (808) 933-4433 Mr. Qlenn Ikemoto, Investigator Office of Consumer Protection Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs 3060 Eiwa Street Lihue, HI 96766 (808) 241-3365 Mr. James E. Radford, Investigator Office of Consumer Protection Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs 54 High Street, P.O. Box 3767 Honolulu, HI 96812 (808) 586-2630 Idaho State Office Mr. Brett De Lange Deputy Attorney General Office of the Attorney General Consumer Protection Unit Statehouse, Room 113A Boise, ID 83720-1000 (208) 334-2424 1 (800) 432-3545 (toll free in ID) Illinois State Offices Ms. Drinda L. O'Connor, Director Governors Office of Citizens Assistance 222 South College Springfield, IL 62706 (217) 782-0244 1 (800) 642-3112 (toll free in IL) Ms. Sally Saltzberg, Chief Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 100 West Randolph, 12th Floor Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 814-3580 (312) 793-2852 (TDD) Ms. Elaine Hirsch, Director Department of Citizen Rights 100 West Randolph, 13th Floor Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 814-3289 (312) 814-7123 (TDD) Regional Offices Ms. Deborah Hagen Assistant Attorney General and Chief Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 500 South Second Street Springfield, IL 62706 (217) 782-90il * 1 (800) 252-8666 (toll free in IL) Mr. Anthony Dyhrkopp Assistant Attorney General Carbondale Regional Office Office of Attorney General 626A East Walnut Street . Carbondale, IL 62901 (618) 457-3505 (618) 457-4421 (TDD) Ms. Regina Haasis Assistant Attorney General Champaign Regional Office 34 East Main Street Champaign, IL 61820 (217) 333-7691 (voice/TDD) Ms. Agather Mckeel Assistant Attorney General East St. Louis Regional Office Office of Attorney General 8712 State Street East St Louis, IL 62203 (618) 398-1006 (618) 398-1009 (TDD) Mr. Dennis Orsey Assistant Attorney General Granite City Regional Office Office of Attorney General 1314 Niedringhaus Granite City, IL 62040 (618) 877-0404 D- 11 image: ------- Mr. Tony L. Brasel Assistant Attorney General Knnkakcc Regional Office Office of Attorney General 1012 North 5th Avenue Kwikakee, IL 60901 (815) 935-8500 Ms, Cynthia Tracy Assistant Attorney General LaSallc Regional Office Office of Attorney General 1222 Shooting Park Rd., Suite 106 Peru,IL 61354 (815) 224-4861 (815) 224-4864 (TDD) Ml, Vernon Regional Office Office of Attorney General 3405 Broadway Mt Vernon, IL 62864 (618) 242-8200 (voice/TDD) Ms. Diane Zimmerman Assistant Attorney General Pcoria Regional Office Office of Attorney General 323 Main Street Peorta, IL 61602 (309) 671-3191 (309) 671-3089 (TDD) Quincy Regional Office Office of Attorney General 523 Main Street Qotacy, IL 62301 (217) 223-2221 (voice/TDD) Mr. Herbert S. Schultz, Jr. Assistant Attorney General Rock Island Regional Office Office of Attorney General 1614 2nd Avenue Rock Island, IL 61201 (309) 793-0950 (309) 793-0956 (TDD) Mr. Joseph Bruscato Assistant Attorney General Rockford Regional Office Office of Attorney General 119 North Church Street Rockford, IL 61101 (815) 987-7580 (815) 987-7579 (TDD) Ms. Elizabeth Foran Assistant Attorney General Waukegan Regional Office Office of Attorney General 12 South County Street Waukegan, IL 60085 (312) 336-2207 (312) 336-2374 (TDD) Ms. Colleen McLaughlin Assistant Attorney General West Chicago Regional Office Office of Attorney Gneral 122A County Farm Road Wheaton,. IL 60187 (312) 653-5060 (voice/TDD) Mr. Michael Pasko Assistant Attorney General West Frankfort Regional Office Office of Attorney General 222 East Main Street West Frankfort, IL 62896 (618) 937-6453 County Offices Mr. Allan Reissman, Supervisor Consumer Fraud Division-303 Cook County Office of State's Attorney 303 Daley Center Chicago, IL 60602 (312) 443-4600 Mr. William Haine, State's Attorney Madison County Office of State's Attorney 325 E. Vandalia Edwardsville, IL 62025 (618) 692-6280 Mr. Floyd Atkinson, Director Consumer Protection Division Rock Island County Office of State's Attorney County Courthouse Rock Island, IL 61201 (309) 786-4451, ext. 229 City Offices Ms. Maty Runion, Consumer Fraud Wheeling Township 1616 North Arlington Heights Road Arlington Heights, IL 60004 (312) 259-7730 (Wednesdays only) Ms. Caroline O. Shoenberger Commissioner Chicago Department of Consumer Services 121 North LaSalle Street, Room 808 Chicago, IL 60602 (312) 744-4090 (312) 744-9385 (TDD) Mr. Robert E. Hinde, Administrator Des Plaines Consumer Protection Commission 1420 Miner Street Des Plaines, IL 60016 (312) 391 -5363 Indiana State Office Mr. David A. Miller Chief Counsel and Director Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 219 State House Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 232-6330 l.(800) 382-5516 (toll free in IN) County Offices Ms. Gail Barus, Director Consumer Protection Division Lake County Prosecutors Office 2293 North Main Street Crown Point, IN 46307 (219) 755-3720 Mr. Jeffrey Modisett Marion County Prosecuting Attorney 560 City-County Building 200 East Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204-3363 (317) 236-3522 Mr. Stanley Levco Vanderburgh County Prosecuting Attorney 108 Administraton Building Civic Center Complex Evansville, IN 47708 (812) 426-5150 City Office Mr. Robert McCrady, Director Gary Office of Consumer Affairs Annex East 1100 Massachusetts Street Gary, IN 46407 (219) 886-0145 Iowa Slate Office Mr. Steve St. Clair Assistant Attorney General Consumer Protection Division D-12 image: ------- Office of Attorney General 1300 East Walnut Street, 2nd Floor Des Moines, IA 50319 (515) 281-5926 Kansas State Office Mr. Daniel P. Kolditz Deputy Attorney General Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 301 West 10th Street Kansas Judicial Center, Topeka, KS 66612-1597 (913) 296-3751 1 (800) 432-2310 (toll free in KS) County Offices Mr. Roger A. Nordeen, Head Consumer Fraud Division Johnson County District Attorney's Office Johnson County Courthouse P.O. Box-728 Olathe, KS 66061 (913) 782-5000 Mr. Richard L. Schodorf, Chief Attorney Consumer Fraud and Economic Crime Division Sedgwick County District Attorney's Office Sedgwick County Courthouse Wichita, KS 67203 (316) 268-7921 Mr. James J. Welch Assistant District Attorney Shawnee County District Attorney's Office Shawnee County Courthouse, Room 212 Topeka, KS 66603-3922 (913) 291-4330 City Office Mr. Brenden Long Assistant City Attorney Topeka Consumer Protection Division City Attorney's Office 215 East Seventh Street Topeka, KS 66603 (913) 295-3883 Kentucky State Offices Ms. Nora K. McCormick, Director Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General . 209 Saint Clair Street Frankfort, KY 40601-1875 (502) 564-2200, 1 (800) 432-9257 (toll free in KY) Mr. Robert L. Wjnlock, Administrator Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 107 S. 4th St. Louisville, KY 40202 (502) 588-3262 I (800) 432-9257 (Toll free in KY) Louisiana State Office Ms. Mary H. Travis, Chief Consumer Protection Section Office of Attorney General State Capitol Building P.O. Box 94005 Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9005 (504) 342-7373 County Office Sgt. Albert H. Olsen, Chief Consumer Protection Division Jefferson Parish District Attorney's Office 200 Huey P. Long Avenue Gretna, LA 70053 (504)364-3644 Maine State Offices Mr. William N. Lund, Superintendent Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection State House Station No. 35 Augusta, ME 04333-0035 (207) 582-8718 1 (800) 332-8529 (toll free) Mr. Stephen Wessler, Chief Consumer and Antitrust Division Office of Attorney General State House Station No. 6 Augusta, ME 04333 (207) 289-3716 (9 a.m.-l p.m.) Maryland ' State Offices Mr. William Leibovici, Chief Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 200 St. Paul Place Baltimore, MD 21202-2021 (301) 528-8662 (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) (301) 576-6372 (TDD in Baltimore area) (301) 565-0451 (TDD in DC metro) 1 (800) 969-5766 (toll free) Mr. Ronald E. Forbes, Director Licensing & Consumer Services Motor Vehicle Administration 6601 Ritchie Highway, N.E. Glen Burnie, MD 21062 (301) 768-7420 Ms. Emalu Myer Twilley Consumer Affairs Specialist Eastern Shore Branch Office Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General Salisbury District Court/ Multi-service Center 210 Baptist Street, Suite 30 Salisbury, MD 21801-4976 (301) 543-6620 Mr. Larry Munson, Director Western Maryland Branch Office Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 138 East Antietam Street, Suite 210 Hagerstown, MD 21740-5684 (301)791-4780 County Offices Mr. Stephen D. Hannan, Administrator Howard Cty. Office of Consumer Affairs 9250 Rumsey Road Columbia, MD 21045 (301) 313-7220 (301) 313-7201, 2323 (TDD) Ms. Barbara B. Gregg, Executive Director Montgomery County Office of Consumer Affairs 100 Maryland Avenue, 3rd Floor Rockville, MD 20850 (301) 251-7373 Ms. Michelle Tucker Rozner Executive Director Prince George's County Consumer Protection Commission 9201 Basil Court Landover, MD 20785 (301) 925-5100 (301) 925-5167 (TDD) D-13 image: ------- Massachusetts State Offices Mr. Robert Sherman, Chief Consumer Protection Division Department of Attorney General 131 Tremont St. Boston, MA 02111 (617) 727-8400 (information and referral only to local consumer offices that work in conjunction with the Department of Attorney General) Ms. Gloria Cordes Larson, Secretary Executive Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation One Ashburton Place, Room 1411 Boston, MA 02108 (617) 727-7780 (information and referral only) Mr, Carmen Picknally Managing Attorney Western Massachusetts Consumer Protection Division Department of Attorney General 436 Dwighl Street Springfield, MA 01103 (413) 784-1240 County Offices Ms. Margaret Platck Complaint Supervisor Consumer Fraud Division Franklin Cty. District Attorney's Office 238 Main Street Greenfield, MA 01301 (413) 774-5102 Ms, Susan Grant, Director Consumer Fraud Prevention Hampshire County District Attorney's Office 1 Court Square Northampton, MA 01060 (413) 586-9225 Project Coordinator Worchestcr County Consumer Rights Project 340 Main St., Room 370 Worchester, MA 01608 (508) 754-7420 (9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.) City Offices Ms. Diane J. Modica, Commissioner Mayors Office of Consumer Affairs and Licensing Boston City Hall, Room 613 Boston, MA 02201 (617) 725-3320 Ms. Jean Courtney, Director Consumer Information Center Springfield Action Commission P.O. Box 1449 Main Office Springfield, MA 01101 (413) 737-4376 (Hampton and Hampshire Counties) Michigan State Offices Mr. Frederick H. Hoffecker Assistant In Charge Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General P.O. Box 30213 Lansing, MI 48909 (517) 373-1140 Mr. Kent Wilcox, Executive Director Michigan Consumers Council 414 Hollister Building 106 West Allegan Street Lansing, MI 48933 (517) 373-0947 (517) 737-0701 (TDD) Mr. Rodger James, Acting Director Bureau of Automotive Regulation Michigan Department of State Lansing, MI 48918 (517) 373-7858 1 (800) 292-4204 (toil free in MI) County Offices Mr. George Mullison, Prosecuting Attorney Bay County Consumer Protection Unit Bay County Building Bay City, MI 48708-5994 (517) 893-3594 Ms. Margaret DeMuynck, Director Consumer Fraud Department Macomb County Office of the Prosecuting Attorney Macomb Court Building, 6th Floor Mt Clemens, MI 48043 (313) 469-5350 Ms. Charleen Berels, Director Washtenaw County Consumer Services 4133 Washtenaw Road P.O. Box 8645 Ann Arbor, MI 48107-8645 (313) 971-6054 City Office Ms. Esther K. Shapiro, Director City of Detroit Department of Consumer Affairs 1600 Cadillac Tower Detroit, MI 48226 (313) 224-3508 Minnesota State Offices Mr. Curt Loewe, Director Office of Consumer Services Office of Attorney General 117 University Avenue St Paul, MN 55155 (612) 296-2331 Consumer Services Division Office of Attorney General 320 West Second Street Duluth, MN 55802 (218) 723-4891 County Office Ms. Kate McPherson Citizen Protection Unit Hennepin County Attorney's Office C2000 County Government Center Minneapolis, MN 55487 (612) 348-4528 City Office Mr. James Moncur, Director Consumer Affairs Division Minneapolis Department of Licenses & Consumer Service!? One C City Hall Minneapolis, MN 55415 (612) 348-2080 Mississippi State Offices Mr. Trey Bobinger Special Assistant Attorney General Chief, Consumer Protection Eiivision D- 14 image: ------- Office of Attorney General P.O. Box 22947 Jackson, MS 39225-2947 (601) 354-6018 Mr. Joe B. Hardy, Director Regulatory Services Department of Agriculture and Commerce 500 Greymont Avenue P.O. Box 1609 Jackson, MS 39215 (601) 354-7063 Ms. Mattie T. Stevens Consumer Counselor Gulf Coast Regional Office of the Attorney General P.O. Box 1411 Biloxi, MS 39533 (601) 436-6000 Missouri Slate Offices Office of Attorney General Consumer Conplaints or Problems P.O. Box 899 Jefferson City, MO 65102 (314) 751-3321 1 (800) 392-8222 (toll free in MO) Mr. Henry Herschel, Chief Counsel Trade Offense Division Office of Attorney General P.O. Box 899 Jefferson City, MO 65102 (314) 751-3321 1 (800) 392-8222 (toll free .in MO) Montana Consumer Affairs Unit Department of. Commerce 1424 Ninth Avenue Helena, MT 59620 (406) 444-4312 Nebraska State Office Mr. Paul N. Potadle Assistant Attorney General Consumer Protection Division Department of Justice 2115 State Capitol P.O. Box 98920 Lincoln, NE 68509 (402) 471-2682 County Office Mr. James Jansen . Douglas County Attorney County Attorney's Office 428 Hall of Justice 17th and Farnam Omaha, NE 68183 (402) 444-7040 Nevada State Offices Mr. Myram Borders Commissioner of Consumer Affairs Department of Commerce State Mail Room Complex Las Vegas, NV 89158 (702) 486-7355 1 (800) 992-0900 (toll free in NV) Mr. Ray Trease Consumer Services Officer Consumer Affairs Division Department of Commerce 4600 Kietzke Lane, M-245 Reno, NV 89502 (702) 688-1800 1 (800) 992-0900 (toll free in NV) County Office Mr. John Long, Investigator Consumer Fraud Division Washoe Cry. District Attorney's Office P.O. Box 11130 Reno, NV 89520 (702) 328-3456 New Hampshire State Office Chief Consumer Protection and Antitrust Bureau Office of Attorney General State House Annex Concord, NH 03301 (603) 271-3641 New Jersey State Offices Ms. Patricia A. Royer, Director Division of Consumer Affairs P.O. Box 45027 Newark, NJ 07101 (201) 648-4010 Ms. Cindy K. Miller Deputy Attorney General NJ Division of Law 1207 Raymond Boulevard P.O. Box 45029 Newark, NJ 07101 (201) 648-7579 Mr. Wilfred Caraballo, Commissioner Department of the Public Advocate CN 850, Justice Complex Trenton, NJ 08625 (609) 292-7087 1 (800) 792-8600 (toll .free in NJ) County Offices Mr. William H. Ross HI, Director Atlantic County Consumer Affairs 1333 Atlantic Avenue, 8th Floor Atlantic City, NJ 08401 (609) 345-6700 Mary E. Courtney, Director Bergen County Division of Consumer Affairs 21 Main Street, Room 101-E Hackensack, NJ 07601-7000 (201)646-2650 ' Ms. Renee L. Borstad, Director Burlington County Office of Consumer Affairs 49 Rancocas Road Mount Holly, NJ 08060 (609) 265-5054 Ms. Patricia Tuck, Director Camden County Consumer Affairs 1800 Pavilion West 2101 Ferry Avenue, Suite 609 Camden, NJ 08104 (609) 757-8387 Mr. Mark Diederich, Director Cape May County Consumer Affairs DN-310, Central Mail Room Cape May Court House Cape May, NJ 08210 (609) 465-1076 Mr. Louis G. Moreno, Director Cumberland County Department of Consumer Affairs and Weights and Measures 788 East Commerce Street Bridgeton, NJ 08302 (609) 453-2202 D- 15 image: ------- Director Essex County Consumer Services 15 Southmunn Avenue, 2nd Boor East Orange, NJ 07018 (201) 678-8071 (201) 678-8928 Mr, Edward McGoldrick, Director Gloucester County Consumer Affairs 1S2 North Broad Street Woodbury, NJ 08096 (609) 853-3349 (609) 848-6616 (TDD) Ms. Barbara Donnelly, Director Hudson County Division of Consumer Affairs 595 Newark Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07306 (201) 795-6295 Ms, Helen Mataka, Director Hunterdon County Consumer Affairs P.O. Box 283 Lebanon, NJ 08833 (908) 236-2249 Ms. Donna Gionannetti, Division Chief Mercer County Consumer Affairs 640 South Broad Street, Room 229 Trenton, NJ 08650-0068 (609) 989-6671 Mr. Lawrence Cimmino, Director Middlesex County Consumer Affairs 149 Kearney Avenue Perth Amboy, NJ 08861 (201) 324-4600 Ms. Dorothy H. Avallone, Director Monmouth County Consumer Affairs 1 East Main Street P.O. Box 1255 Freehold, NJ 07728-1255 (201) 431-7900 Ms. Janet Opiekun, Director Morris County Consumer Affairs P.O. Box 900 Morristown, NJ 07963-0900 (201) 285-6070 (201) 584-9189 (TDD) Mr, Kenneth Lcake, Director Ocean County Consumer Affairs P.O. Box 2191 County Administration Building Room 130-1 Toms River, NJ 08754-2191 (908) 929-2105 Ms. Mary Ann Maloney, Director Passaic County Consumer Affairs County Administration Building 309 Pennsylvania Avenue Paterson, NJ 07503 (201) 881-4547, 4499 Ms. Ruth A. Hotz Somerset County Consumer Affairs County Administration Building P.O. Box 3000 Somerville, NJ 08876 (908) 231-7000, ext. 7400 Mrs. Ollie Jones, Office Manager Union County Consumer Affairs 300 North Avenue East P.O. Box 186 Westfield, NJ 07091 (201) 654-9840 Ms. Barbara McHeniy, Director Warren Consumer Affairs Dumont Administration Building Route 519 Belvedere, NJ 07823 (908) 475-6500 City Offices Ms. Lorraine Sudia, Director Brick Consumer Affairs Municipal Building 401 Chambers Bridge Road Brick, NJ 08723 (908) 477-3000, ext. 296 Mr. Lawrence A. Eleuteri, Director Cinnaminson Consumer Affairs Municipal Building 1621 Riverton Road Cinnaminson, NJ 08077 (609) 829-6000 Ms. Theresa Ward, Director Clark Consumer Affairs 430 Westfield Avenue Clark, NJ 07066 (908) 388-3600 Ms. Maty Ann Pizello, Director Elizabeth Consumer Affairs City Hall 60 Winfield Scott Plaza Elizabeth, NJ 07203 (201) 820-4183 Mr. H. Gerald Nimiera, Director Fort Lee Consumer Protection Board Borough Hall 309 Main Street Fort Lee, NJ 07024 (201) 592-3579 Ms. Libby Saltzman, Director Glen Rock Consumer Affairs Municipal Building, Harding Plaza Glen Rock, NJ 07452-2100 (201) 670-3956 Mr. Robert King Consumer Advocate City hall 94 Washington Street Hoboken, NJ 07030 (201) 420-2038 Ms. Bernadine Jacobs, Director Livingston Consumer Affairs 357 South Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039 (201) 535-7976 Ms. Genevieve Ross, Director Middlesex Borough Consumer Affairs 1200 Mountain Avenue Middlesex, NJ 08846 (201) 356-8090 Ms. Mildred Pastore, Director Mountainside Consumer Affairs 1455 Coles Avenue Mountainside, NJ 07092 (201) 232-6600 Mr. Max Moses Department of Community Services Municipal Building North Bergen, NJ 07047 (201) 330-7292, 91 Ms. Annmarie Nicileete, Director Nutley Consumer Affairs City Hall 228 Chestnut Street Nutley, NJ 07110 (201) 284-4936 Ms. Beth Jenkins, Director Parsippany Consumer Affairs Municipal Building, Room 101 1001 Parsippany Boulevard Parsippany, NJ 07054 (201) 263-7011 D- 16 image: ------- Ms. Maria Jiminez, Director Perth Amboy Consumer Affairs City Hall, 260 High Street Perth Amboy, NJ 08861 (201) 826-0290, ext. 61, 62 Ms. Priscilla Castles, Director Piainfield Action Services 510 Watchtung Avenue Plainfield, NJ 07060 (201) 753-3519 Michael B. Bukatman, Director Secaucus Department of Consumer Affairs Municipal Government Center Secaucus, NJ 07094 (201) 330-2019 Ms. Marion Cramer, Director Union Township Consumer Affairs Municipal Building 1976 Morris Avenue Union, NJ 07083 (201) 688-6763 Mr. Charles A. Stern, Director Wayne Township Consumer Affairs 475 Valley Road Wayne, NJ 07470 (201) 694-1800, ext. 290 Mr. John Wietzel, Director Weehawken Consumer Affairs 400 Park Avenue Weehawken, NJ 07087 (201) 319-6005 Mr. John Busatell, Director West New York Consumer Affairs 428 60th Street West New York, NJ 07093 (201) 861-2522 New Mexico State Office Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General P.O. Drawer 1508 Santa Fe, NM 87504 (505) 827-6060 1 (800) 432-207.0 (toll free in NM) New York State Offices Mr. Richard M. Kessel Chairperson and Executive Director New York State Consumer Protection Board 99 Washington Avenue Albany, NY 12210-2891 (518) 474-8583 Ms. Rachael Kretser Assistant Attorney General Bureau of Consumer Frauds and Protection Office of Attorney General State Capitol Albany, NY 12224 (518) 474-5481 Mr. Richard Kessel Chairperson and Executive Director New York State Consumer Protection Board 250 Broadway, 17th Floor New York, NY 10007-2593 (212) 417-4908 (complaints) (212) 417-4482 (inquiries) Mr. John Corwin Assistant Attorney General Bureau of Consumer Frauds and Protection Office of Attorney General 120 Broadway New York, NY 10271 (212) 341-2345 Regional Offices Mr. John R. Marshall, Jr. Assistant Attorney General in Charge Binghamton Regional Office Office of Attorney General 59-61 Court Street, 7th Floor Binghamton, NY 13901 (607) 773-7877 Mr. Peter B. Sullivan Assistant Attorney General in Charge Buffalo Regional Office Office of Attorney General 65 Court Street Buffalo, NY 14202 (716) 847-7184 Mr. Alan J. Burczak Assistant Attorney General in Charge Plattsburgh Regional Office Office of Attorney General 70 Clinton Street Plattsburgh, NY 12901 (518) 563-8012 Mr. Kent L. Mardon Assistant Attorney General in Charge Poughkeepsie Regional Office Office of Attorney General 235 Main Street Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 (914) 485-3920 Mr. Eugene Welch Assistant Attorney General in Charge Rochester Regional Office Office of Attorney General 144 Exchange Boulevard Rochester, NY 14614 (716) 546-7430 Ms. Susan B. Blum Assistant Attorney General in Charge Suffolk Regional Office Office of Attorney General 300 Motor Parkway Hauppauge, NY 11788 (516) 231-2400 Mr. John R. Voninski Assistant Attorney General in Charge Syracuse Regional Office Office of Attorney General 615 Erie Boulevard West Syracuse, NY 13204-2465 (315)448-4848 Ms.Aniela J. Carl Assistant Attorney General in Charge Utica Regional Office Office of Attorney General 207 Genesee Street Utica, NY 13501 (315) 793-2225 County Offices Mr. Thomas M. Jablonowski Deputy Director of General Services Broome County Bureau of Consumer Affairs Governmental Plaza, P.O. Box 1766 Binghamton, NY 13902 (607) 778-2168 Mr. Nelson Kranker, Director Dutchess County Department of Consumer Affairs 38-A Dutchess turnpike Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 (914) 471-6322 Ms. Candace K. Vogel Assistant District Attorney Consumer Fraud Bureau D-17 image: ------- Erie County District Attorney's Office 25 Delaware Avenue BuITIo, NY 14202 (716) 858-2424 Mr. James B. Picken, Commissioner Nassau Counly Office of Consumer Affairs 160 Old Country Road Mtoeofo, NY 11501 (516) 535-2600 Mr. John McCullough Executive Director New Justice Conflict Resolution Services Inc. 210 East Fayctte Street, Suite 700 Syracuse, NY 13202 (315) 471-4676 Mr. Edward J. Brown, Commissioner Orange County Department Consumer Affairs and Weights and Measures 99 Main Street Goshcn, NY 10924 (914) 294-5151, ext. 1762 Mr. Francis D. Phillips II District Attorney Orange County District Attorney's Office 255 Main Street County Government Center Goshen, NY 10924 (914) 294-5471 Mr. Joseph LaBarbera Putnam County Office Facility Department of Consumer Affairs Myrtle Avenue Mhopc Falls, NY 10542-0368 (914) 621-2317 Mr. Alfred J. Stelzl Director/ Coordinator Rockland County Office of Consumer Affairs County Office Building 18 New Hcmpstead Road New City, NY 10956 (914) 638-5282 Mr. Dennis S. Abbey, Director Stcuben County Department of Weights, Measures and Consumer Affairs 3 East Pultcney Square Bth, NY 14810 (607) 776-9631 (607) 776-9631, ext 2101 (voice/TOD) Ms. Jane Devine, Commissioner Suffolk County Department of Consumer Affairs Suffolk County Center Hauppauge, NY 11788 (516) 360-4600 Mr. Jon Van Vlack, Director Ulster County Consumer Fraud Bureau 285 Wall Street Kingston, NY 12401 (914) 339-5680, ext. 240 Mr. Jeffrey A. Conte, Acting Director Westchester County Department of Consumer Affairs Room 104, Michaelian Office Building White Plains, NY 10601 (914) 285-2155 City Offices Mr. Steven M. Nagel, Director Babylon Consumer Protection Board Town Hall Office Annex 281 Phelps Lane North Babylon, NY 11703 (516) 422-7636 Town of Colonie Consumer Protection Memorial Town Hall Newtonville, NY 12128 (518) 783-2790 Mr. Stephen Pedone, Commissioner Mt. Vernon Office of Consumer Affairs City Hall Mt Vernon, NY 10550 (914) 665-2433 Mr. Mark Green, Commissioner New York City Department of Consumer Affairs 42 Broadway New York, NY 10004 (212) 487-4444 Bronx Neighborhood Office New York City Department of Consumer Affairs 1932 Arthur Avenue, Room 104-A Bronx, NY 10457 (212) 579-6766 Brooklyn Neighborhood Office New York City Department of Consumer Affairs 1360 Fulton Street, Room 320 Brooklyn, NY 11216 (718) 636-7092 Ms. Isabel Butler, Director Queens Neighborhood Office New York City Department of Consumer Affairs 120-55 Queens Boulevard, Room 301A Kew Gardens, NY 11424 (718) 261-2922 Ms. Johanna Kepley, Director Staten Island Neighborhood Office New York City Department of Consumer Affairs Staten Island Borough Hall, Room 422 Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 390-5154 Mr. Joseph Kapuscinski, Director City of Oswego Office of Consumer Affairs City Hall West Oneida Street Oswego, NY 13126 (315)342-8150 Ms. Cathie Dworkin, Chairwoman Ramapo Consumer Protection Board Ramapo Town Hall 237 Route 59 Suffern, NY 10901-5399 (914) 357-5100 Schenectady Bureau of Consumer- Protection City Hall, Room 22 Jay Street Schenectady, NY 12305 (518) 382-5061 Mr. Jack Casey, Director White Plains Department of Weights and Measurss 77 South Lexington Avenue White Plains, NY 10601-2512 (914) 422-6359 Mr. Ralph A. Capozzi, Director Yonkers Office of Consumer Protection, Weights and Measures 201 Palisade Avenue Yonkers, NY 10703 (914) 377-6807 North Carolina State Office Mr. James C. Gulick Special Deputy Attorney General Consumer Protection Section Office of Attorney General D- 18 image: ------- Department of Justice Building P.O. Box 629 Raleigh, NC 27602 (919) 733-7741 North Dakota State Offices Mr. Nicholas J. Spaeth Office of Attorney General 600 East Boulevard Bismarck, ND 58505 (701) 224-2210 I (800) 472-2600 (toll free in ND) Mr. Thomas Engelhardt, Director Consumer Fraud Division Office of Attorney General 600 East Boulevard Bismarck, ND 58505 (701) 224-3404 1 (800) 472-2600 (toll free in ND) County Office Mr. Kent Keys, Executive Director Quad County Community Action Agency 27 1/2 South Third Street Grand Forks, ND 58201 (701) 746-5431 Ohio State Offices Ms. Diane Goss Paynter Consumer Frauds and Crimes Section Office of Attorney General 30 East Broad Street State Office Tower, 25th Floor Columbus, OH 43268-0410 (614) 466-4986 (complaints) (614) 466-1393 (TDD) 1 (800) 282-0515 (toll free in OH) Mr. William A> Spratley, Consumers' Counsel 77 South High Street, 15th Floor Columbus, OH 43266-0550 (614) 466-9605 (voice/TDD) 1 (800) 282-9448 (toll free in Ohio) County Offices Mr. Richard Whitehouse, Director Economic Crime Division Franklin County Office of Prosecuting Attorney 369 South High Street Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 462-3555 Mr. Steven C. LaTourette County Prosecutor Consumer Protection Division Lake County Office of Prosecuting Attorney Lake County Court House Painesville, OH 44077 (216) 357-2683 1 (800) 899-5253 Mr. Robert A. Skinner Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Montgomery County Fraud Section Dayton Montgomery County Courts Building 301 W. 3rd Street Dayton, OH 45402 (513) 225-5757 Mr. David Norris, Prosecuting Attorney Portage County Office of Prosecuting Attorney 466 South Chestnut Street Ravenna, OH 44266-0671 . . (216) 296-4593 Mr. Lynn C. Slaby , Prosecuting Attorney Summit County Office of Prosecuting Attorney 53 University Avenue Akron, OH 44308-1680 (216) 379-2800 City Offices Mr. Steven Kurtz, Chief Cincinnati Office of Consumer Protection Division of Human Services City Hall, Room 126 Cincinnati, OH 45202 (513) 352-3971 Mr. Anthony H. Julian, Director Youngstown Division of Consumer Affairs 26 South Pheips Street City Hall Youngstown, OH 44503-1318 (216) 742-8884 Oklahoma State Offices Ms. Jane Wheeler Assistant Attorney General Office of Attorney General 420 West Main Street, Suite 550 Oklahoma Cite, OK 73102 (405) 521-4274 Mr. Prescott H. Cowley, Administrator Department of Consumer Credit 4545 Lincoln Boulevard, Suite 104 Oklahoma City, OK 73105-3408 (405) 521-3653 Oregon State Office Mr. Timothy Wood, Attorney in Charge Financial Fraud Section Department of Justice Justice Building Salem, OR 97310 (503) 378-4320 Pennsylvania State Offices Mr. Renardo Hicks, Director Bureau of Consumer Protection Office of Attorney General Strawberry Square, 14th Floor Harrisburg, PA 17120 (717) 787-9707 1 (800) 441-2555 (toll free in PA) Mr. Irwin A. Poppwsky Consumer Advocate Office of Consumer Advocate-Utilities Office of Attorney General 1425 Strawberry Square Harrisburg, PA 17120 (717) 783-5048 (utilities only) Mr. Michael Butler Deputy Attorney General Bureau of Consumer Protection Office of Attorney General 27 North Seventh Street Allentown, PA 18101 (215) 821-6690 Mr. Joseph Farrell,- Director Bureau of Consumer Services Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission 203 North Office Building Harrisburg, PA 17120 (717) 787-4970 (out-of-state calls only) 1 (800) 782-1110 (toll free in PA) Mrv Daniel R. Goodemote Deputy Attorney General Bureau of Consumer Protection Office of Attorney General 919 State Street, Room 203 Erie, PA 16501 (814)871-4371 D- 19 image: ------- Mr. Robin David Blcecher Attorney in Charge Bureau of Consumer Protection Office of Attorney General 132 Kline Village lUnisburg, PA 17104 (717) 787-7109 1 (800) 441-2555 Mn Barry Creany Deputy Attorney General Bureau of Consumer Protection Office of Attorney General 1GA Building, Route 219 North P.O. Box 716 Ebensburg, PA 15931 (814) 949-7900 Mr. John E. Kclley Deputy Attorney General Bureau of Consumer Protection Office of Attorney general 21 South 12th Street, 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107 (215) 560-2414 I (800) 441-2555 (toll free in PA) Ms. Carcn L. Mariani Deputy Attorney General Bureau of Consumer Protection Office of Attorney General Manor Complex, 5th Floor 564 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219 (412) 565-5394 Mr. J.P. McGowan Deputy Attorney General Bureau of Consumer Protection Office of Attorney General State Office Building, Room 358 100 Lackawanna Avenue Scranton, PA 18503 (717) 963-4913 County Offices Mr. Sidney Elkin, Chairperson Beaver County Alliance for Consumer Protection 699 Fifth Street Bvcr, PA 15009-1997 (412) 728-7267 Mr. A Courtney Yelle Director/Chief Sealer Bucks County Consumer Protection, Weights and Measures 50 North Main Doyleslown, PA 18901 (215) 348-7442 Mr. Robert Taylor, Director Chester County Bureau of Consumer Protection, Weights and Measures Courthouse, 5th Floor, North Wing High and Market Street West Chester, PA 19380 (215) 431-6150 Ms. Karen A. Koblish Consumer Mediator Cumberland County Consumer Affairs One Courthouse Square Carlisle, PA 17013-3387 (717) 240-6180 Ms. Evelyn Yancoskie, Director Delaware County Office of Consumer Affairs, Weights and Measures Government Center Building Second and Olive Streets Media, PA 19063 (215) 891-4865 Ms. Helen Dunigan, Director Montgomery County Consumer Affairs Department County Courthouse Norristown, PA 19404 (215) 278-3565 City Office Mr. James Fitzpatrick, Chief Economic Crime Unit Philadelphia District Attorney's Office 1421 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19102 (215) 686-8750 Puerto Rico Mr. Luis Roberto Pinero, Secretary Department of Consumer Affairs Minillas Station, P.O. Box 41059 Santurce, PR 00940 (809) 721-0940 Mr. Hector Rivera Cruz, Secretary Department of Justice P.O. Box 192 San Juan, PR 00902 (809) 721-2900 Rhode Island State Offices Ms. Lee Baker, Director Consumer Protection Division Department of Attorney General 72 Pine Street Providence, RI 02903 (401) 277-2104 (401) 274-4400, ext. 354 (voice TDD) 1 (800) 852-7776 (toll free in RI) Mr. Edwin P. Palumbo Executive Director Rhode Island Consumers' Council 365 Broadway Providence, RI 02909 (401) 277-2764 South Carolina State Offices Mr. Ken Moore Assistant Attorney General Consumer Fraud and Antitrust Section Office of Attorney General P.O. Box 11549 Columbia, SC 29211 (803) 734-3970 Mr. Steve Hamm, Administrator Department of Consumer Affairs P.O. Box 5757 Columbia, SC 29250-5757 (803) 734-9452 (803) 734-9455 (TDD) 1 (800) 922-1594 (toll free in SC) Mr. W. Jefferson Bryson, Jr. State Ombudsman Office of Executive Policy and Program 1205 Pendleton Street, Room 412 Columbia, SC 29201 (803) 734-0457 (803) 734-1147 (TDD) South Dakota Mr. Jeff Hallem Assistant Attorney General Division of Consumer Affairs Office of Attorney General 500 East Capitol State Capitol Building Pierre, SD 57501-5070 (605) 773-4400 Tennessee State Offices Mr. Perry A. Craft Deputy Attorney General Antitrust and Consumer Protection Division D-20 image: ------- Office of Attorney General 450 James Robertson Parkway Nashville, TN 37243-0485 (615) 741-2672 Ms. Elizabeth Owen, Director Division of Consumer Affairs Department of Commerce and Insurance 500 James Robertson Parkway Nashville, TN 37243-0600 (615) 741-4737 1 (800) 342-8385 (toll free in TN) 1 (800) 422-CLUB 9toll free health club hotline in TN) Texas State Offices Mr. Joe Crews Assistant Attorney General and Chief Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General P.O. Box 12548 Austin, TX 78711 (512)463-2070 Mr. Stephen Gardner Assistant Attorney General Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 714 Jackson Street, Suite 700 Dallas, TX 75202-4506 (214) 742-8944 Ms. Viviana Patino Assistant Attorney General Consumer-Protection Division Office of Attorney General 6090 Surety Drive, Room 260 El Paso, TX 79905 (915) 772-9476 Mr. Richard Tomlinson Assistant Attorney General Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 1019 Congress Street, Suite 1550 Houston, TX 77002-1702 (713) 223-5886 Mr. Robert E. Reyna Assistant Attorney General Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 1208 14th Street, Suite 801 Lubbock, TX 79401-3997 (806) 747-5238 Mr. Thomas M. Bernstein Assistant Attorney General Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 3600 North 23rd Street, Suite 305 McAllen, TX 78501-1685 (512) 682-4547 Mr. Aaron Valenzuela Assistant Attorney General Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 200 Main Plaza, Suite 400 San Antonio, TX 78205-1607 (512) 225-4191 Office of Consumer Protection State Board of Insurance 816 Congress Avenue, Suite 1400 Austin, TX 78701-2430 (512) 322-4143 County Offices Mr. Ted Steinke Assistant District Attorney and Chief of Dallas County District Attorney's Office Specialized Crime Division 133 North Industrial Boulevard, LB 19 Dallas, TX 75207-4313 (214) 653-5836 Mr. Russel Turbeville Assistant District Attorney and Chief Harris County Consumer Fraud Division Office of District Attorney 201 Fannin, Suite 200 Houston, TX 77002-1901 (713) 221-5836 City Offices Ms. Adela Gonzalez, Director Dallas Consumer Protection Division Health and Human Services Department 320 East Jefferson Boulevard, Suite 312 Dallas, TX 75203 (214) 948-4400 Utah State Offices Mr. Gary L. Hansen, Director Division of Consumer Protection Department of Commerce 160 East 3rd South, P.O. Box 45802 Salt Lake CWy, UT 84145-0802 (801) 530-6601 Ms. Sheila Page Assistant Attorney General for Consumer Affairs Office of Attorney General 115 State Capitol Salt Lake City, UT 84114 (801) 538-1331 Vermont State Offices Mr. J. Wallace Malley Assistant Attorney General and Chief Public Protection Division Office of Attorney General 109 State Street Montpelier, VT 05609-1001 (802) 828-3171 Mr. Bruce Martell, Supervisor Consumer Assurance Section Department of Agriculture, Food, and Market 116 State Street MontpeUer, VT 05602-2901 (802) 828-2436 Virgin Islands Mr. Clement Magras, Commissioner Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs Property and Procurement Building Subbase#l,Rm. 205 SL Thomas, VI 00802 (809) 774-3130 Virginia State Offices Mr. Frank Scales, Jr., Chief Antitrust and Consumer Litigation Section Office of Attorney General Supreme Court Building 101 North Eighth Street Richmond, VA 23219 (804) 786-2116 1 (800) 451-1525 (toll free in VA) Ms. Betty Blakemore, Director Division of Consumer Affairs Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Room 101, Washington Building 1100 Bank Street. P.O. box 1163 Richmond, VA 23219 (804) 786-2042 D-21 image: ------- Mr. Robert Minnick, Investigator Northern Virginia Branch Office of Consumer Affairs Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services 100 North Washington Street, Suite 412 Falls Church, VA 22046 (703) 532-1613 County Offices Ms. Diane Jcmmott, Section Chief Arlington County Office of Citizen and Consumer Affairs #1 Courthouse Plaza Room Suite 314 2100 Clarendon Blvd. Arlington, VA 22201 (703) 358-3260 Mr. Ronald B. Mallard, Director Fairfax County Department of Consumer Affairs 3959 Fender Drive, Suite 200 Fairfax, VA 22030-6093 (703) 246-5949 (703) 591-3260 (TDD) Mr, Hubert King, Administrator Prince William County Office of Consumer Affairs 4370 Ridgewood Center Drive Prince William, VA 22192-9201 (703) 792-7370 City Offices Ms. Rose Boyd, Director Alexandria Office of Citizens Assistance City Hall P.O. Box 178 Alexandria, VA 22313 (703) 838-4350 (703) 838-5056 (TDD) Mr. Robert L, Gill, Cooordinator Division of Consumer Affairs City Hall Building Norfolk, VA 23501 (804) 441-2821 (804) 441-2000 (TDD) Ms, Dclores Daniels Assistant to the City Manager Roanokc Consumer Protection Division 364 Municipal Building 215 Church Avenue, S.W. Roanoke, VA 24011 (703) 981-2583 Mr. J. N. McClanan, Director Consumer Affairs Division Office of the Commonwealth's Attorney 3500 Virginia Beach Boulevard Virginia Beach, VA 23452 (804) 431-4610 Washington State offices Ms. Renee Olbricht, Investigator Consumer and Business Fair Practices Division Office of the Attorney General 111 Olympia Avenue, NE Olympia, WA 98501 (206) 753-6210 Ms. Sally Sterling Director of Consumer Services Consumer and Business Fair Practices Division Office of the Attorney General 900 4th Avenue, Suite 2000 Seattle, WA 98164 (206) 464-6431 1 (800) 551-4636 (toll free in WA) Mr. Owen Clarke, Chief Consumer and Business Fair Practices Division Office of the Attorney General West 1116 Riverside Avenue Spokane, WA 99201 (509) 456-3123 Ms. Cynthia Lanphear, Contact Person Consumer and Business Fair Practice Division Office of the Attorney General 1019 Pacific Avenue, 3rd Floor Tacoma, WA 98402-4411 (206) 593-2904 County Offices Ms. Kristie Anderson, Director Department of Weights and Measures 3200 Cedar Street Everett, WA 98201 (206) 259-8810 Mr. C. Patrick Sainsbury Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Fraud Division 1002 Bank of California 900 4th Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 296-9010 Mr. Dale H. Tiffany, Director Seattle Department of Licenses and Consumer Affairs 102 Municipal Building 600 4th Avenue 'Seattle, WA 98104-1893 (206) 684-8484 West Virigia State Offices Mr. Robert J. Lament, Director Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General 812 Quarrier Street, 6th Floor Charleston, WV 25301 (304) 348-8986 1 (800) 368-8808 (toll free in WV) Mr. Stephen Casto, Director Division of Weights And Measures Department of Labor 1800 Washington Street, East Bldg. #3, Room 319 Charleston, WV 25305 (304)348-7890 City Office Mrs. Carolyn Lawler, Director Department of Consumer Protection P.O. Box 2749 Charleston, WV 25330 (304) 348-8172 Wisconsin State Offices Mr. John Alberts, Administrator Division of Trade and Consumer Protection Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection 801 West Badger Road P.O. Box 8911 Madison, WI 53708 (608) 266-9836 1 (800) 422-7128 (toll free in WI) Ms. Margaret Quaid Regional Supervisor Division of Trade and Consumer Protection Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection 927 Loring Street Aitoona, WI 54720 (715) 839-3848 1 (800) 422-7128 (toll free in WI) D-22 image: ------- Mr. Eugene E. Lindauer, Regional Supervisor Division of Trade and Consumer Protection Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection 200 North Jefferson Street, Suite 146A Green Bay, WI 54301 (414) 448-5111 Regional Supervisor Division of Trade and Consumer Protection Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection 3333 N.. Mayfair Road, Suite 114 Milwaukee, WI 53222-3288 (414) 257-8956 Mr. James D. Jeffries Assistant Attorney General Office of Consumer Protection and Citizen Advocacy Department of Justice P.O. Box 7856 Madison, WI 53707-7856 (608) 266-1852 1 (800) 362-8189 (toll free in WI) Mr. Nadim Sahar Assistant Attorney General Office of Consumer Protection Department of Justice Milwaukee State Office Building 819 North 6th Street, Room 520 Milwaukee, WI 53203-1678 (414) 227-4948 1 (800) 362-8189 (toll free in WI) County Offices Mr. Gregory Grau, District Attorney Marathon County District Attorney's Office Marathon County Courthouse Wausau, WI 54401 (715) 847-5555 Mr. Daryl Nevers Assistant District Attorney ; Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office Consumer Fraud Unit 821 West State Street, Room 412 Milwaukee, WI 53233 (414) 278-4792 Mr. James A. Dehne Consumer Fraud Investigator Racine County Sheriffs Department 717 Wisconsin Avenue Racine, WI 53403 (414) 636-3125 Wyoming State Office Mr. Mark Moran Assistant Attorney General Office of Attorney General 123 State Capitol Building Cheyenne, WY 82002 (307) 777-7874 D-23 * US. 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