Institute for Baubiologie & Ecology
Rating: 5 stars 7 7 reviews
P.O. Box 16313 Clearwater FL 33766 USA
At IBE we believe that human health and wellbeing are intrinsically linked to the materials in our homes and commercial buildings, as well as to the air, water, and electromagnetic fields in our indoor environments. As a cutting-edge environmental learning center, we inform and guide both the general public and working professionals about how to create healthy, energy-efficient homes and workplaces.
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Various other programs regarding best practices for identfying and remediating hazards to human health such as indoor climate, cell phones, electrical home wiring, etc. Also certification classes for bbec, bbp, and emrs.
course in indoor air and water quality that teaches best practices for identifying and remediating hazards to human health.
course in electromagnetic radiation that teaches best practices for identifying and remediating hazards to human health.
natural healthy building seminar that teaches building design and construction best practices to avoid or minimize indoor hazards to human health.
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I came to the Institute of Bau Biologie back in the early days of its existence, having met and been taught by the founder. As a student of Feng Shui, I received invaluable information regarding keeping our homes and buildings green and ecologically sound. I received certification in a home study course and became an Environmentally Aware Feng Shui Practitioner. As a result, I have been able to assist and educate others to keep their homes green and safe healthwise. The information and work of the Institute of Bau Biologie is invaluable, increasing awareness and understanding.
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Helping my own clients to become educated and enhanced.
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About every six months
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