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PCUCA Update

March 11, 2010
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The PCUCA held their annual planning meeting Jan. 9 to discuss the association’s direction for the next year. The board looked at the growth potentials for the association, as well as, future educational events and opportunities for PCUCA members.

This was the first meeting of the new 2010 PCUCA Board of Directors in 2010; Dave Keiter, president; Sam Castro, vice president and secretary; Greg Chancey, treasurer; Andrew Conklin, past president; Travis Chancey, board member; Stephen Douma, board member; and Clark Griep, board member. At the meeting the new President Dave Keiter presented the Past President Andrew Conklin with a plaque to say “Thank you” for his years of service to the PCUCA.

May 18 – 21:
IICRC AMRT Course with John Banta of Restoration Consultants
Applied Microbial Remediation Technician Training is a 4-day course that provides restorers with the necessary tools to perform mold & sewage remediation. Mold contamination has been identified as a major contributor to building-related illness and poor IAQ. Without proper mitigation of a water loss, mold can become a problem in less than 48 hours.

The effects and handling of sewage back-flow have become a major concern for the restoration industry. This course includes hands-on training. The AMRT/S Exam is offered at the conclusion of the course. Early Registration; Register at least 10 Days in Advance and save $100!

For more information and to sign up for the courses, contact PCUCA at 877-447-2822 or go to

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