Category Archives: remediators
Latino immigrants who came to reconstruct New Orleans after it was ravaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 were victims of wage theft, hazardous work conditions and harassment by employers. Some were exposed to dangerous substances at work such as mold, … Continue reading
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has announced a funding of $70 million for improving housing conditions and economic opportunities for tribal communities across the nation. The funding has been announced, through HUD’s Indian Community Development Block Grant … Continue reading
A ByebyeMold client asks: Mold is behind one piece of sheet rock from a window seal leak. The seal was repaired. An inspector said the mold was dead, no longer growing, and a non toxic variety. Can he just paint … Continue reading
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St. Charles School District 303 is investigating mold in a racquetball court at the Norris Recreational Center. Mold in the district already has caused respiratory infections, asthma attacks, migraine headaches, tiredness and dizziness in students and employees. St. Charles East … Continue reading
After an up and down roller coster, now the only conflict that remains is between the tenant and the landlord. And the mold. The Mayor of Pine Grove stated that Wednesday’s test results show three types of mold in Mill … Continue reading
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
An infestation of mold which causes coldlike symptoms such as headaches, runny noses, watery eyes, coughing, sneezing and throat irritation in susceptible individuals, was found at Washington School Development Center for the Handicapped, and remediation was commenced this week. The … Continue reading
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June 29, 2011–The former 11,500-square-foot Mechanic Street post office building has undergone multiple renovations. Brant OPP who has had the building since 2000, and has suffered through toxic mold in the basement, flooding and other issues. Basement storage relies on … Continue reading