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ENV Services (usually spelled with Caps) was an Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) testing company. It is not clear whether ENV Services (aka ENV Consulting) was linked to ENVIRON Corp, although it appears likely (also usually spelled with Caps).
The tobacco documents record that Jolanda Janczewski worked as the controller of the IAQ testing operations for both of these companies, before setting up her own Consolidated Safety Services (CSS). There appears to be a maze of different companies all with ENV or ENVIRON or ENVIRONMENTAL and Corp, Corporation, or Inc in their names.
In June 1988 a Tobacco Institute report says:
On indoor air quality, we have identified Environmental Air Controls... a relatively [new] air quality analysis firm... that is a subsidiary of a $45 million ventilation manufacturing company... to join our group of spokespeople on the ventilation issue.
Environmental Air Controls is headed by a woman who holds a Masters' Degree in Public Health... and a Doctorate in Environmental Sciences. In addition to performing building analyses...Environmental Air Controls will promote the issue through the media... and through briefings sponsored by our allies.
ENVIRON Corp., was fairly large partnership-style organisation, headed by Joseph V Rodricks and Thomas B Starr, which worked for both RJ Reynolds and the Tobacco Institute in the 1986-91 timeframe. They were primarily a toxicology research group who researched nutritional problems for the ILSI-NF and on dioxins for the American Forest and Paper Association. 
Documents & Timeline
- recruiting indoor air quality (ETS/ventilation) scientists.
- They have identified six additional ETS scientist who are now reviewing the scientific literature.
- testing the effectiveness of ACVA/HBI's advertising campaign and direct mail program. They are investigating the feasibility of broadcast ads.
- Litigation Program
- Lawyer John Fox is conducting legal seminars on workplace smoking - supposedly co-sponsored by Pillsbury Madison & Sutro with the Institute of Applied Management and Law
- Fox's associate Dennis Duffy will also conduct legal seminars
- Mario Obledo the ex-Executive Director of League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) will also conduct seminars
- Baltazar Bacca executive director of the Hispanic National Bar Association will also conduct seminars.
- Bestype Office Environments are promoting a workplace smoking program among architects
- Washington Legal Foundation will release their smoking policy research to the media to counter the BNA (?) claims.
1989 Apr 3 Diana Avedon's report notes (on one of the first months of the SWT operations):,
- Reviewed Cannell/Florio project — acquired remainder of party affiliations — talked with Dale — sent revision
- Talked with Kay Thomas re: ENV future.[They appear to be unhappy with some aspect of ENV's IAQ reports.]
- Talked with Paul E. re: Fox Tours in Region IV — Had conference call with Nelson — He will try to get 3rd party sponsorship — will get back to me.
- [The labor lawyer John Fox worked under cover whenever possible. So they need some company to pretend to be sponsoring him.]
- Jacobson requested ACVA rep. to testify at Oregon hearing 4/3 — Jeff Seckler to testify (new ACVA member) — Matt Jacobs to talk with Jeff before he goes. [Seckler later became a whistleblower]
- Talked w/Kay (Thomas) re: New scientists — they are ready to testify — Holcomb will accompany — I will send memo to field with resumes and sample testimony.
- Jack Shoemaker [Region VII Florida] reported on new witnesses — Larry Halfen and Joe Pedalty (name misspelled --of Holcomb Env. Services) — both low keyed — would use both again.
- Talked w/Jack Kelley (John D Kelly Regional VP California) re: use of new witnesses in San Diego — no problem
- Talked w/Kay — reported on new witnesses — CSS overview (Consolidated Safety Services) — Needs for my memo to field.
- [They had transferred some projects from ENV Services to Consolidated Safety Services (CSS) which had been founded by ex-ENV Services manager Jolanda Janczewski]
- Talked w/Larry Holcomb re: San Diego — 2 new witnesses to testify — (Walt) Decker of Toxicology Consultancy Services and Jolanda Janczewski — OK with Saldana
- [Note: Walt Decker and Jolanda Jancezwsky had just been recruited to act as witnesses for smoking/pollution inquiries, and would therefore require training.
Larry Holcomb ran his own air-testing company and worked extensively for tobacco. 
Like the SWT witness team, we need a couple of days to set up air tests (PREFERABLY CONDUCTED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF A THIRD PARTY SPONSOR). So, if you would like to overtly or quietly inspect a city hall hearing room or some other building, they can do it ... let WW/Diana know, and Kay Thomas and we can explain the program in more detail.