Friday, July 5, 2013

IICRC Trainer Hydro Lab Training and Equipment Rental Joins GreenEDU Network

Noblesville, IN - GreenEDU is excited to announce a partnership with Hydro Lab Training and Equipment Rental. Hydro Lab has corporate headquarters in Noblesville, Indiana and provides hands-on training through its different training facilities and state-of-the-art classrooms, specializing in Water Damage Restoration training. Hydro Lab is a leading provider of IICRC certification training in Indiana.

Manufacturers often use Hydro Lab as a testing facility and use the students to help develop new products for the water damage restoration industry. Hydro Lab takes advantage of this and teaches students how to use these tools in difficult environmental conditions, preparing them for real situations.

Hydro Lab also keeps its students up to date with industry news, information, and testing results, and structures its classes to meet new IICRC and industry standards and regulations accordingly. Hydro Lab has also assisted companies and researchers with multiple research projects over the years and is enthusiastic about using its facility for outside projects for the restoration industry. Some of these research projects include a mold study by Dr. Berry and sewage cleanup of Oriental Rugs by Rachel Adams and the SCRT. Hydro Lab Training and Equipment Rental promotes learning and knowledge and strives to keep their students updated and engaged.

Hydro Lab Training and Equipment Rental has several upcoming courses with GreenEDU including Commercial Drying Specialist training, Applied Structural Drying training, and Water Damage Restoration Technician training.

Hydro Lab's full training line up in Indiana includes:

About Hydro Lab Training and Equipment Rental
Founded in 2000 by Kurt Bolden, The Hydro Lab is an IICRC certified training facility and offers a range of IICRC certified courses and CE courses. Learning from industry leaders in specific fields of expertise, students have the opportunity to use and compare a wide range of restoration manufacturers’ equipment during their training classes. They are industry leaders in training with their state-of-the-art classroom and pride themselves on incorporating extensive hands-on exercises into their courses.

Interested in water damage restoration training in Indiana? View upcoming course dates at