Christopher Buonocore has a B.S. in Indoor Health and is certified as a Building Biology Environmental Consultant (BBEC) with the advanced Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist (EMRS) designation. In addition, he has adapted 40 contact hours of FEMA Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear & Explosive (CBRNE) Awareness Training scaled to residential applications. Exposures emerging from indoor sources as well as from external sources are considered with indoor environmental health. A holistic approach employing ethnography and physical exposures is considered to uncover the sources of environmental conditions affecting your health.
Chris developed a university degree program to encompass the distinctive concealed modern residential hazards from an anthropological, regulatory and scientific perspective. Research included the intersection of human health and dwellings to develop methods for those where optimal health remains an unrealized aspiration.
Chris’ passion is to uncover and reduce indoor exposures to create a “Healthy Home” or workspace. Many people live in compromised spaces and need to have the information and awareness to address these issues. A particular interest is placed in creating safe living spaces for those suffering with Electro-Hypersensitivity (EHS), Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS), Lyme Disease, Mold toxin exposures and injured veterans.