Monthly Archives: May 2012

Mayor Robert Thompson Dies after Mold Exposure

Panama City lawyer Mayor Robert Thompson died after mold exposure. Read more here Check out ByeBye Mold Newsbytes, a collection of mold news and views. Tweet

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Firefighters Put Out by mold

In the city of Clairmont Florida, three of five firefighters are sharing a $69 room at the neighboring Hampton Inn hotel, and three EMS techs are sleeping at Fire Station 1, which is located at 439 W. Highway 50–all because … Continue reading

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Michigan shelter afflicted with Mold

Delta Animal Shelter’s mold, along with the animals, is under new management. Mold was discovered when a plumber was installing pipes in the attic, and found a ceiling “dripping with mold.” But apparently, the new management which took over the … Continue reading

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Preventing Mold-related Problems in the Indoor Workplace

Osha publishes a guide “that provides basic information about mold, mold sources, and building-related illnesses. Brief discussions are included on building design considerations for healthy indoor air, as well as building evaluation and sampling for mold. However, detailed information about … Continue reading

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Common sense Reasons to Go Pro

Of course some remediation firms discourage you from getting a professional mold assessment. They say you don’t need it. They say you can do it all yourself. Maybe you’re a great “do-it-yourselfer” or have construction expertise. But for most people, … Continue reading

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NY’s Toxic Mold Case Law

Cornell v. 360 West 51st Street Realty, LLC, 939 N.Y.S.2d 434 (App. Div. 2012), the Court clarified Fraser and held that the scientific evidence in each case should be evaluated under the Frye test, thus opening the door to mold … Continue reading

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Mold and Recordkeeping

If you have mold damage that might be related to a lawsuit, then you should seriously consider getting tested for mold. It isn’t that testing for mold is essential to remediation. BUT if you think you might end up in … Continue reading

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Mold Phases, what you don’t want to know.

* If you have acorns this big, we don’t want to see your mold spores. You probably live in the Pacific Midwest, and you should move. There’s an old adage: From every acorn springs an oak. We don’t think of … Continue reading

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Mold Hazard site

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Mold Endangers City Employees?

Journalist David Mance asks if the Union Gap mayor put city employees in danger by not providing 100% transparency. He didn’t inform everyone about the mold problem that shut down city hall when he first found out about it. In … Continue reading

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