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On behalf of the management and employees of Clark Testing, I would like to express our sincere thanks to all the first responders who came to our facility due to the flooding of Peters Creek in Jefferson Hills on July 10. We are proud to report that Allegheny County Hazmat, after completing its environmental assessment, confirmed there were no hazardous materials emitted by any of the Clark facilities or operations. Contrary to what was initially reported by local media, there were no drums or hazardous liquids released from the Clark facility.

Along with our rigorous internal controls, Clark Testing is continually audited by outside organizations to ensure we maintain a high standard with respect to storage and handling of sample materials at our laboratories. Clark Testing is proud of the efforts and professionalism of our staff that were able to secure the facility and ensure that there was no environmental risk to the surrounding area.

PAUL HEFFERNAN
CEO
Clark Testing
Jefferson Hills


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