Mold, Moisture, and Mildew

Information on ways to prevent and remediate mold growth in buildings, such as schools, buildings, and residences.

Mold growth in a building can produce eye, nose, throat, and respiratory irritation. Mold may also exacerbate pre-existing respiratory problems, like asthma, and cause symptoms in hypersensitive individuals. Preventing or minimizing exposure to mold and its contaminants is essential to reduce indoor air-related symptoms in building occupants.
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