Monthly Archives: October 2011

Mold Puts Students Out of Dorm

After a St. Mary’s College of Maryland dorm suffered from an outbreak of mold, and dislocated hundreds of students, the school chartered the 301 passenger Sea Voyager, formerly the Cape May Light, to serve as a temporary dorm until the … Continue reading

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Mold and your Health: a word on medical testimony and the law

Toxic mold litigation varies as much as mold itself does. Defendants range between architects, construction companies, commercial and residential landlords, property managers, contractors, and insurance companies. The biggest hurdle plaintiffs face is the lack of legislative guidelines. Furthermore, due to … Continue reading

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Water Causes Mold and Lawsuits

Water infiltration into an apartment led to a lawsuitagainst Admiral’s Flagship Condominium. The unit is apparently suffering from health issues related to the alleged toxic contamination. Maintenance is apparently connected to keeping water infiltration from affecting the many thresholds on … Continue reading

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Eight Waterford Classrooms Infested with Mold

Waterford Elementary is one school in New Jersey that is plagued by mold. After so much stormy 2011 weather, the roof has been leaking even more than in prior years, and the damage is bad. Water damage of course leads … Continue reading

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Arnold Man is interviewed, talks about Mold

On being interviewed by Greg Harmon, the author of “They’re Poisoning Us” said this about mold: “They’re Poisoning us!” is interviewed and talks about mold. A quote from the interview: “They had very high levels of mold and bacteria in … Continue reading

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Emergency Flood Advice: Clean it up

A flash flood watch issued for San Antonio metro area lasted until 6 p.m. Sunday. Affected areas included Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe and Medina counties. Firefighters have been occupied handling high-water rescues overnight due to flooded streets near creeks and streams. … Continue reading

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Mold Can Hurt Your Pets

According to this vet, Dr Mader, Stachybotrys chartarum, which we believe is very dangerous for susceptible humans can also cause respiratory-related health problems, pulmonary hemorrhage and death in your pets. The subject of pets affected by mold is not one … Continue reading

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Controlling the Mold After a Flood

When you inspect your drainage, make sure to include your rain gutters and downspouts. If there’s a problem, it will show up in standing puddles. Debris like leaves which blocks the flow should be removed. If you repair as needed … Continue reading

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The MoldCast

Mold hits the highest September level in ten year record on. The mold spores count in D.C. rose to 47,483 spores per cubic meters, the highest in the U.S. Army Centralized Allergen Extract Lab’s ten year record for September. September … Continue reading

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