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Whether you are an owner, designer, contractor, producer, or manufacturer, you need trusted partners and reliable guidance to help you manage risks, develop solutions, maintain quality, and get your products and services to market fast. Bowser-Morner offers a diverse and collaborative team of consulting engineers, material scientists, and technical experts who can deliver reliable data and actionable pragmatic recommendations regarding the materials you use to drive your business’s success.

Bowser-Morner Opens Second Radon Chamber

Bowser-Morner’s Radon Reference Laboratory is very excited to announce the opening of their second walk-in radon chamber. Both chambers are certified by NRPP (National Radon Proficiency Program) and NRSB (National Radon Safety Board) as secondary radon chambers.

Bowser-Morner Named One of the Top Engineering Firms in Dayton (2016).

According to a 2017 survey conducted by The Dayton Business Journal, Bowser-Morner was named as one of the top-five engineering firms in Dayton, Ohio.

Bowser-Morner Recognized by ACIL as an Independent Testing Laboratory

Bowser-Morner was recently licensed by the American Council of Independent Laboratories (ACIL) as a truly independent testing laboratory via ACIL's Independence Mark (I-Mark) program.

Bowser-Morner Announces First Re-Brand in Three Decades!

Bowser-Morner introduces a refreshed brand and logo designed to better reflect its clients’ needs and its own ambitions for growth.

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Recent Blog

11/2/2017

What’s Up With the Regulation of Asbestos in Ohio?

Responsibilities attributed to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) are currently regulated by OAC 3701-34. However, these responsibilities are expected to be transferred to the Ohio EPA on January 1, 2018. This centralization of the asbestos program is designed to make compliance easier for the regulated community. Some of the more noteworthy changes are discussed here.

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Recent Article

10/31/2017

Changes in Calcium and Magnesium Concentrations in C&D Leachate with Recirculation

In C&D debris, the dissolution of minerals from drywall and concrete contributes to elevated calcium and magnesium concentrations in leachate. Does leachate recirculation increase the concentrations of calcium or magnesium in C&D leachate? The expected answer would be yes; however, the interaction of recirculated leachate is not that simple, as our data shows.

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