SERVING COMMERCIAL, GOVERNMENT, AND RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS IN PENNSYLVANIA, MARYLAND, AND WEST VIRGINIA.

Baxter Group, Inc. is dedicated to quality service to their clients and community with an emphasis on asbestos surveys and abatement, lead-paint detection and stabilization, mold assessments and remediation, radon measurements and mitigation, HVAC duct cleaning, indoor environmental assessments and remediation, and damage restoration.

Safety Corner

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April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Seems like a week doesn’t go by without seeing an article or hearing a news report about death-by-distracted-driver. The message we should be sending...

One Remedy for Poor Indoor Air Quality – Proper Ventilation

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One Remedy for Poor Indoor Air Quality – Proper Ventilation – Research indicates that the air in our buildings may be more polluted than the outdoor air, even in the larger,...

Why do we still have issues with lead poisoning?

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Why do we still have issues with lead poisoning? The Reuters news agency reported in December that nearly 3,000 areas in the United States recorded lead poisoning rates that were...

Celebrate National Week of the Ocean!

April 23rd-29th, 2017

Today's Fun Fact: Bottlenose Dolphins can breach up to 16ft out of the water, landing without a splash.
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12 hours ago

Celebrate National Week of the Ocean!

April 23rd-29th, 2017

Todays Fun Fact: Bottlenose Dolphins can breach up to 16ft out of the water, landing without a splash.

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April 26th is designated as National Audubon Day. This day is set aside to honor the birth of John James Audubon (April 26, 1785 – January 27, 1851).

Audubon was a French-American ornithologist, naturalist, and painter noted for his extensive studies of American birds and his detailed illustrations of the birds in their natural habitats. Audubon’s greatest work was The Birds of America which is considered one of the finest ornithological works ever completed. His work in this book contains more than 700 North American bird species with 435 hand-colored, life-size prints of 497 bird species.

OBSERVE

Grab the binoculars, the bird book and see how many birds you can identify. Use #NationalAudubonDay or #Audubon Day to post on social media.

HISTORY
National Audubon Day is sponsored by the National Audubon Society. For more information visit www.audubon.org.
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12 hours ago

April 26th is designated as National Audubon Day. This day is set aside to honor the birth of John James Audubon (April 26, 1785 – January 27, 1851).

Audubon was a French-American ornithologist, naturalist, and painter noted for his extensive studies of American birds and his detailed illustrations of the birds in their natural habitats.  Audubon’s greatest work was The Birds of America which is considered one of the finest ornithological works ever completed.  His work in this book contains more than 700 North American bird species with 435 hand-colored, life-size prints of 497 bird species.

OBSERVE

Grab the binoculars, the bird book and see how many birds you can identify. Use #NationalAudubonDay or #Audubon Day to post on social media.

HISTORY
National Audubon Day is sponsored by the National Audubon Society. For more information visit www.audubon.org.

Celebrate National Week of the Ocean!

April 23rd-29th, 2017

Today's Fun Fact: In one day, a Blue whale eats more krill than an African elephant weighs.
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2 days ago

Celebrate National Week of the Ocean!

April 23rd-29th, 2017

Todays Fun Fact: In one day, a Blue whale eats more krill than an African elephant weighs.

Celebrate National Week of the Ocean!

April 23rd-29th, 2017

Today's fun fact: The sea is home to the world’s largest living structure – the Great Barrier Reef. Measuring around 2,600km, it can even be seen from the Moon!
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3 days ago

Celebrate National Week of the Ocean!

April 23rd-29th, 2017

Todays fun fact: The sea is home to the world’s largest living structure – the Great Barrier Reef. Measuring around 2,600km, it can even be seen from the Moon!