Monthly Archives: August 2012

Warning!!!! Generator Carbon Monoxide Can Kill

Generator Warning!!!! Hurricane Isaac: Keep Generators Outside and Far Away from Homes CPSC and USFA Warn Carbon Monoxide from Generators Can Kill The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) are warning consumers to be … Continue reading

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Isaac Will Leave Trail of Mold: Fema 606

The news is filling with films of floods and rescues, people navigating louisiana towns in boats, and dramatic rescues of stranded families. It’s just the beginning of the water troubles, many of which will end in mold. For some of … Continue reading

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Mold At Heritage Elementary School

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Rain + Trickle= Moldy Vehicle

With Isaac threatening the east, car owners may be facing water intrusion into their cars that could eventually develop mold. The interior of a car can be severely damaged by mold from the carpeting to the computers. Hopefully you will … Continue reading

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Tips for reducing household mold

1. Vent bathrooms, dryers and moisture producing devices to the outside. 2. Clear Air conditioning vents to maintain ventilation. 3. Run de-humidifiers in basements and crawlspaces. Keep indoor humidity below 60 percent (ideally between 30 and 50 percent) relative humidity. … Continue reading

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Mold Video

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Isaac: Being Prepared (FEMA)

FEMA’s focus for Individual Assistance Preliminary Damage Assessments is HABITABILITY, meaning whether or not the survivor can safely continue to live in the structure. Damages to homes and businesses are broken down into five categories for an IA PDA: destroyed, … Continue reading

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Mold Allergy

Not all mold is lethal. Some molds are actually poisonous; but most are intrinsically harmless. Part of the problem with mold is that people have the capacity to develop responses to harmless mold. We develop allergies. We develop allergic sensitization … Continue reading

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Bil-Jac Dog Food Recalls 256 cases of 6 LB Adult Select Formula Dog Food for Mold

Bil-Jac Announces Limited Product Withdrawal We have requested that a select number of retailers withdraw one small batch (256 cases) of 6 LB Adult Select Formula Dog Food from their warehouses and stores. We have had a few reports of … Continue reading

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Inmates threatened by Mold in Basement Cells

Inmates housed in a Chicago basement with “was an inch of water across the entire room, and they’d use shop vacs to clean it up but the water kept coming…like two three four days at a time that we would … Continue reading

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