ACAC Council-Certified Indoor Environmental Remediator

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A Council-certified Indoor Environmental Remediator (CIER) corrects problems related to poor indoor air quality. For example, a CIER can perform mold remediation, asbestos removal or lead paint abatement. A CIER can deal with hazardous materials and chemicals. Finally, a CIER can handle Chinese drywall, meth lab cleanup and a host of other indoor air quality issues. A CIER has verified knowledge in a range of disciplines related to indoor air quality remediation, including asbestos, lead, hazardous materials, chemicals, mold, and meth lab cleanup. Each CIER has demonstrated at least two years experience conducting remediation projects in one or more of the following settings: Offices and commercial buildings; Industrial structures; Government facilities; Schools and public buildings; Healthcare facilities; and Residential structures.

The Indoor Air Quality Council launched the credential in 1999. In 2006, the Council discontinued membership services and focused exclusively on credential program. In 2008, the Council broadened its focus to other industries and changed its name to the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC). 

For healthy homes-related credentials, ACAC offers credentials in two broad categories: indoor environment and microbes. In indoor environments category, ACAC offers five credentials:

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Credential programs related to healthy homes but not assessment or hazard control.

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