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Meth and the American Dream

Meth and the American Dream

So, Congratulations! You just bought your first dream home for you and your family. Living the American dream of raising a family in the suburbs in a beautiful home. But what if this home, as perfect as it seems , isn’t what you thought? What if it had a dark past, with some shady people living in it. Next thing you know, your wife or husband starts feeling ill. The baby starts getting skin rashes. What in this home is causing the silent problems? Learn More.


Prestige Worldwide Group to seek initial public offering (IPO) for Crime Scene Cleanup Company

Prestige Worldwide Group to seek initial public offering (IPO) for Crime Scene Cleanup Company

LONG ISLAND, N.Y., March 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Prestige Worldwide Group, the parent company of CrimeSceneCleanUp.com, announced plans today to seek an initial public offering for their crime scene cleanup and Medical waste company. A spokesperson for Prestige Worldwide Group indicated that further details on the IPO for CrimeSceneCleanUp.com would be forthcoming. “We are very excited to see investors on Wall Street become part of the first crime scene clean up company ever listed on the stock exchange,” said James Michel, CEO of CrimeSceneCleanUp.com. “Our business is virtually recession proof with very attractive profit margins.” Michel went on to note that since the acquisition of several competing companies and the launch of the new CrimeSceneCleanUp.com, revenues for the company have increased considerably higher with near limitless growth potential for 2016. This once niche market now has the potential to break into the billions, thanks to increasing regulations. CrimeSceneCleanup.com is now leading the way in education, safety and protocol. Crime Scene Clean Up uses highly trained professionals to provide effective and meticulous cleanup services when a bio-hazardous situation occurs. Each crime scene cleaner is specifically trained to work in critical situations for blood cleanup/removal, environment restoration, infectious disease decontamination, trauma remediation services, odor removal, hoarding clean outs and many other biohazards. Their services are available and performed for insurance companies, government agencies, commercial business owners as well as homeowners. “We hope to expand our business into areas we currently do not service in the near future,” commented Michel, when asked about his plans to grow the company. After seeing extensive revenue gains from the purchase of competitors; two Texas-based and one New York based, Michel knows the value of...

3 dirty markets that produce big time dollars

  If the popularity of television shows such as CSI and NCIS are any indication, crime scenes are pretty fascinating to the general public. Investigators get to do interesting stuff like collect evidence, take photos of the scene, and try to piece together the events of horrific crimes to solve the case. But what happens after evidence is gathered, detectives are back at the lab, and life as we know it has to go on? Someone has to clean that up, and detectives working the case have more important things to do. Still, crime scene cleanup requires more than your standard housekeeping service. “Training is exhausting due to the fact we must be aware of all of our surroundings when walking into as many homes as we do,” says James Michel, President of CrimeSceneCleanup.com. Read more on our Inc. Article...

CrimeSceneCleanUp.com Celebrates Opening of New Headquarters with Mural Painting Contest

Crime Scene Cleanup Mural ContestCrimeSceneCleanUp.com, the Long Island NY crime scene/hazardous material cleanup company, announced today that it will sponsor a gala mural painting contest to celebrate the opening of their new corporate headquarters in Patchogue, N.Y. The winner of the mural painting contest will receive a $5,000 prize, all the materials necessary to paint the winning mural on the side of the new CrimeSceneCleanUp.com building, a plaque, and the recognition of the Long Island arts community for being chosen as the winner of this contest.
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NCSCA and World Renowned Scientist Set Out to Find Conclusive Evidence on the Chemtrail Mystery

Potentially the most difficult environmental test in history is about to take place. Two volunteer environmentalists from the National Crime Scene Cleanup Association (NCSCA) are setting out to find conclusive evidence about the existence of “chemtrails.” Award Winning Director/Producer Michael J. Murphy will be documenting this incredible feat, under the watch of world-renowned scientist Dr. J. Marvin Herndon. Chemtrails, or otherwise known as “Geo-Engineering,” is a phenomenon that occurs globally. Jets flying at high altitudes often leave behind vapor trails, known as contrails. Chemtrails differ in that they do not dissipate in a short time. Many people believe that this is due to chemicals being sprayed into the atmosphere to manipulate climate change or alter weather patterns. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will be granting waivers to allow two pilots to surpass the current Guinness altitude record in a powered paragliding aircraft of 24,898 feet. With state-of-the-art air monitoring equipment, the two pilots will be flying into the chemtrails at around 30,000 feet above sea level, battling winds in excess of 100 miles per hour and temperatures around -70 degrees Fahrenheit. The two pilots will be collecting air samples and data never before seen. “To be a part of such an epic environmental study, all while breaking Guinness world records for both speed and height in a powered paraglider, is incredible,” says pilot Enzo Pagani. Dr. J. Marvin Herndon, who will be submitting his report for peer review, will monitor all tests. Michael J. Murphy, whose previous work includes the award winning film “WHY in the World are they Spraying?” will be filming and documenting this process along the...

Monumental Air Test Planned to Examine Chemtrails

PRESS RELEASE – NOV 3, 2015 06:56 EST Scientist along with two pilots set out to test Chemtrails phenomenon, all while breaking a few world records in the process. Los Angeles, CA, November 3, 2015 (Newswire) –​​​​​​​​Potentially the most difficult environmental test in history is about to take place. World renowned scientist Dr. J. Marvin Herndon, along with two volunteer environmentalists from the National Crime Scene Cleanup Association (NCSCA), are setting out to find conclusive evidence about the existence of “chem trails”. Award Winning Director/Producer Michael J. Murphy will be documenting this incredible feat. Chem trails, or otherwise known as “Geo-Engineering”, is a phenomenon that occurs globally. Jets flying at high altitudes often leave behind vapor trails, known as contrails. Chem trails differ in that they do not dissipate in a short time. Many people believe that this is due to chemicals being sprayed into the atmosphere to manipulate climate change or alter weather patterns. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will be granting waivers to allow two pilots to surpass the current Guinness altitude record in a powered para gliding aircraft of 24,898 feet. With State of the art air monitoring equipment, the two pilots will be flying into the chem trails at around 30,000 feet above sea level, battling winds in excess of 100 miles per hour and temperatures around -70 degrees Fahrenheit. The two pilots will be collecting air samples and data never before seen.   “It is truly a privilege to be a part of such an epic environmental study, all while breaking Guinness world records for both speed and height in a powered para glider.” says...