Posted on May 20, 2021


When water gets in your home and business, we often think we got it all dried and cleaned up but damage typically occurs in not what you can see, but what you can't see – under the flooring and behind walls.

That is where Kristy Beck-Miller comes in. She can identify all kinds of indoor air quality issues and provide solutions and remedies that can save property owners hundreds or thousands of dollars while creating healthy indoor environments.

Kristy, pictured left, spoke to Rotary Club of Mineral Wells on Wednesday about her Adaptive Environmental Consulting company. She was the guest of this week's program chair Lyn Butcher.

With more than 20 years of experience in the indoor environmental consulting field, Kristy has a degree in Microbiology with a minor in Chemistry. She worked for several years as a forensic microbiologist at a Tarrant County laboratory. She then went into building forensics and worked as a scientific technical director for the Air Quality Association. She has worked with or consulted for a number of organizations related to indoor air quality as a subject matter expert, including as chairperson for the international ANSI standard for mold assessment.

Kristy can test for the presence of molds and indoor toxins that affect people's health. Beyond toxins, molds, asbestos and lead Kristy can improve indoor air qualities that create additional issues for those people who already suffer from health problems.

She can work directly with remediation and insurance companies on behalf of her clients. Learn more at, call her at 817-602-7382 or email


It was a big meeting day for Dan “The Man” Steele. With the card deck getting thin, Dan’s ticket was pulled from the basket and he, in turn, pulled the Ace of Spades from the deck. It is a rolling split-the-pot weekly drawing. Half of the pot goes to Rotary International. Dan split the pot of just over $700! Congrats, Dan.


Rotarians attending today’s meeting celebrated Steve Butcher’s 25th year as a Rotarian. Steve is a tremendous Rotarian who gives his time, presence and money to Rotary. Congratulations, Steve, and we look forward to many more years of club fellowship.

Rotary Club of Mineral Wells meets Wednesdays at noon at Southside Church of Christ. Lunches are catered by Sadie's Eats. Meetings are for club members, prospective members and invited guests.