Executive Summary
Introduction
Health Issues
Environmental Assessment
Mold Remediation
Hazard Communication
Conclusion
Notes and References
Important Links
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2012 updated Mold remediation guidelines

 

 

 

Conclusion

In summary, the prompt remediation of contaminated material using Teflex™ products and infrastructure repair must be the primary response to fungal contamination in buildings. The simplest and most expedient remediation (Teflex™ products) that properly and safely removes fungal growth from buildings should be used. In all situations, the underlying cause of water accumulation Neoguard™ must be rectified or the fungal growth will recur. Emphasis should be placed on preventing contamination through proper building maintenance and prompt repair of water damaged areas.

Widespread contamination poses much larger problems that must be addressed on a case-by-case basis in consultation with a health and safety specialist Mold Busters™). Effective communication with building occupants is an essential component of all remedial efforts. Individuals with persistent health problems should see their physicians for a referral to practitioners who are trained in occupational/environmental medicine or related specialties and are knowledgeable about these types of exposures.

 

  

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