About Axis Environmental Solutions.
We are a company striving to ensure that your living environment is healthy and safe. We come across conflicting information from the media about indoor pollution that is leaving people confused on what is safe and what is not, especially in regards to Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR). Sources of Electromagnetic radiation in our environment has increased at a very high rate. Since the 1880’s we have been exposed to electricity which can emit Ac electric and Ac magnetic fields. Today we are seeing a major increase of wireless technology everywhere we go, cell towers, Wi-Fi, cell phones, smart meters etc.. The exposure from all these sources EMF & RF is a major stress to our bodies, and more and more scientific evidence is showing adverse biological health effects. Most people today having these wireless devices in their home are being exposed 24 hours a day, which means no time for our bodies to rest, heal and repair from electromagnetic radiation and other toxins. Axis Environmental Solutions will help you understand what you are being exposed to, and whether the levels are safe or potentially harmful. We will also help you identify sources of pollution and how to eliminate them or shield your environment. We are a company of integrity and very compassionate on how the environment conditions effect your health and well-being. The important question everyone should be asking is” what am I being exposed to? The reason for this question is, most people have no idea what they are being exposed to. As many pollutants we assess are invisible, it is very difficult to mitigate on your own. Axis Environmental Solutions has the expertise and the state-of-the-art technology to help you out. The owner (EMF Technician) is a certified Building Biologist and has over 20 years experience working in the low voltage electrical industry. The Business is registered in Palm Beach County Florida and also with the Florida Department of State.
There is now considerable evidence that extremely low power signals have consequences”
[Iv] Abraham Liboff, researcher, Center for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Florida Atlantic University