Mold in South Carolina Schools

The South Carolina Department of Education stopped addressing facility conditions five years ago, so when there is mold, the Education Department has no authority over existing facilities, Years ago they would help address problems brought to us by assessing a facility and recommending actions.

It is up to individual school districts to maintain school buildings and their related equipment and systems when mold is found in a school. The district should get that facility and
its systems evaluated by an mechanical engineering firm that has extensive experience air quality assessments and air handling systems.

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