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Waterways across the U.S.: The EPA is working to define “Waters of the United States” under the Clean Water Act in a final rule that is scheduled to be released in April. The rule would cover streams and rivers, including seasonal streams, that flow into larger bodies of water already protected under the Clean Water Act. Efforts to minimize pollution in streams and wetlands could cost up to $278 million annually, but the administration says the benefits (reduced flooding, filtering pollution, etc.) outweigh the cost.

Power plants: The EPA is proposing new limits for existing fossil fuel burning power plants. The new rules aim to reduce carbon emissions by 30 percent by 2030. Our power plants are the largest concentrated source of emissions in the United States, accounting for roughly one-third of all domestic greenhouse gas emissions. While the United States does have limits in place for arsenic, mercury and lead pollution that power plants can emit, there are no national limits on the amount of carbon pollution new power plants can emit. The new EPA standards also provide some flexibility for existing power plants to phase in the use of carbon reducing technologies – like efficient natural gas, advanced coal technology, nuclear power, and renewable energy like wind and solar.

Ozone pollution: The EPA is expected to issue final standards for ground-level ozone pollution. The agency released its proposal to lower the pollution threshold from 75 parts per billion to a level between 65 and 70 parts per billion under the Clean Air Act. The American Heart Association and other health advocacy groups have been lobbying for even stricter standards of 60 parts per billion. Ozone pollution is a byproduct of fossil fuel emissions, which can cause decreased lung function, swelling of the airways, and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.

These new proposed rules and regulations are intended to improve our environment, both inside and outside our homes. However well intentioned, they may cost homeowners money in taxes, etc. But we don’t have to wait for government agencies to step in with new rules. We can improve our home environment long before (or even if) these rules take effect.

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Install a Whole-Home Water Filtration System: Municipal water is treated to make it safe for us to drink. To do this they use chemicals. These chemicals and the by-products they generate are better to remove than consume once the water gets to your house. Filtering water reduces or removes many of these undesirable impurities making all of the water in your home more desirable. Convenient, better tasting water increases the likelihood that you’ll drink more water and drinking water is one of the best things you can do for your health. Additionally, the chemicals used in treatment can be hard on your plumbing system even causing pinhole leaks in some instances. Reducing the impurities in your home’s water is good for your family and for your home

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Install the Attic Tent® about your Pull-Down Attic Stairs. The Attic Tent system makes your pull-down attic stairs airtight, which saves energy and keeps attic dust out of the air you breathe. Even the most minor air leaks can cause loss of heat or cool air which makes your system work harder and costs more money.

Improve or Replace Your Insulation: When your home doesn’t have adequate insulation, it results in major energy loss. So by increasing the amount of high quality insulation, or replacing old insulation with the latest types, like Owens Corning AttiCat® Insulation, you’ll lower your energy consumption and save our valuable natural resources.

Install an Instant Hot Water Recirculation Pump. Waiting for hot water to get to the sink or shower wastes money and causes frustration. But with a hot water recirculating pump, there will be constant circulation of hot water through the pipes from the water heater to the furthest fixture in the home. So no water is wasted waiting for hot water. Berkeys installs the Grundfos brand hot water recirculating pump.

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Reduce Water Usage by Installing high-efficiency toilets, washlets, shower heads, and faucets, like those produced by Toto, you can reduce your water bills.

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Investigators found that NYCHA's failures put some families at risk — accusations they highlighted with the housing authority's lead-paint scandal and attempted cover-up. For years, investigators say, NYCHA failed to comply with lead-paint safety regulations by not inspecting apartments and by failing to remove peeling lead paint from its housing units. Lead is toxic, especially to children.


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A U.S. Food and Drug Administration statement that became public last week puts Vella's 83-year-old practice in peril. While the FDA late Tuesday issued a statement indicating there is room for compromise, if the original clarification holds, it may affect more than Sonoma Jack. Producers all over the world age their cheeses on wood rather than on plastic or metal because its porous surface absorbs excess humidity and prevents unwanted mold. Nora Weiser, executive director of the American Cheese Society, a professional organization of 1,500 cheese makers, estimates that 65 percent of the members of the organization - from farmstead producers with a few head of sheep to major cheddar factories - age their cheese on wood. Clarification requestedThe recent brouhaha started when Rob Ralyea, an extension specialist at Cornell University, and the New York state Department of Agriculture and Markets asked the FDA to clarify its position on wood boards after a cheese maker from the Finger Lakes region of New York was repeatedly cited for bacterial contamination. The Food Safety Modernization Act of 2011 gave the FDA additional powers to issue new food-safety regulations and demand recalls of contaminated foods. According to an FDA representative, the rule forbidding wood has been on the books for quite some time.

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Who should do the cleanup depends on a number of factors. One consideration is the size of the mold problem. If the moldy area is less than about 10 square feet (less than roughly a 3 ft. by 3 ft. patch), in most cases, you can handle the job yourself, follow the Mold Cleanup Tips and Techniques.  However:

If there has been a lot of water damage, and/or mold growth covers more than 10 square feet, consult EPA guide Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings. Although focused on schools and commercial buildings, this document is applicable to other building types.
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There are several advantages to creating an energy-efficient home. One of the easiest ways to achieve this is through your roof installed by licensed residential roofers in Austin. As the top layer and protector of your home, the roof stands up to more potentially troublesome elements than any other part of your house. But, while ensuring your roof can without the elements, you can still create an energy-efficient roof.
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Most homeowners know that insulating your roof can immediately save you money on your energy bills. But it’s not enough just to insulate your home, you must do it correctly. A roof that’s inadequately insulated will have little effect on your attempted energy savings as it will need you to use your heater more during the cold months and air conditioner more throughout the warm months. 
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Replacing a roof is a very expensive process and one that all homeowners look to avoid. So, you’ll want to keep sustainability in mind, if you’re taking the energy-efficient route for your roof. The way to do this is by understanding your home’s conditions and what’s best for the roof instead of just going after the newest roofing materials. The most imperative aspects to mull over while exploring the right material will let your roof optimal sustainability is the type and the climate of the house. 
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Leaving your roof alone for months-on-end can result in a weakened roof vulnerable to damage. 
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Home > Resources > Topics of Interest > Hazards > Facts About Mold Facts About Mold Introduction  For more than a decade, mold has been in the news. People are talking about the effect on population health and damage to the building. But what are the risks and issues? The available science on molds and their potential health effects remains under study, but considerable progress has been made. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Institute of Medicine of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, the World Health Organization and Health Canada all agree that living or working in a building with mold damage results in increased risk of respiratory disease. Although there are several guidance documents available, there are no accepted national or international standards for mold investigation, evaluation or remediation. AIHA, however, has worked to translate the advice from the previously mentioned government agencies into state-of-the-art inspection and sampling protocols, such as AIHA’s Recogni​tion, Evaluation and Control of Indoor Mold​ book, also known as the Green Book. If properly used, these methods are suitable for assessing hidden contamination and directing essential visual inspections. For health outcomes, there are no available exposure assessment methods that can provide useful information for individuals. This is primarily due to the fact that each person’s response to mold exposure is unique. The scientific complexities surrounding this issue would be a huge challenge but the truth is that other, less scientific, difficulties dwarf them. Media attention on this topic often creates emotionally charged circumstances, making scientific and professional judgment, as well as reasoned dialogue on this subject, very difficult. In some instances, building owners have been known to ignore or dismiss potentially serious problems. Many indoor air quality (IAQ) problems have nothing to do with mold, and buildings seldom have only one indoor environmental quality problem. It is essential to consider multiple sources of building IAQ problems instead of focusing on just mold concerns. In other instances, building occupants or public officials armed with mold sampling reports of dubious quality have reacted with alarm to potential threats, making risk communication very difficult. The information on this page represents a consensus statement by a group of experts about important aspects of the state of the science. The guidance offered is practical information based on years of experience addressing mold issues, and this document does not claim to be a definitive or comprehensive position statement. Because it is not comprehensive, it should always be used in conjunction with other existing guidance documents, as well as professional judgment by qualified consultants and public health officials. Public and occupational health practice is rarely an exact science. Prevention always poses the challenge of making tough and often costly decisions with incomplete information or understanding. The Facts about Mold: For Everyone  What is mold? The term “mold” is a colloquial term for a group of filamentous fungi that are common on food or wet materials. This includes the green Penicillium species that produces penicillin, and fungi that spoil our bread, fruit, cheese and crops. Most of these are Ascomycetes that produce a lot of spores. The majority of the molds that grow on damp building materials are found in the soil and are adapted to grow on a wide variety of materials. Outdoors, molds live in the soil, on plants, and on dead or decaying matter. There are thousands of species of mold and they can be any color. Different mold species are adapted to different moisture conditions ranging from very wet to just damp. Many times, mold can be detected by a musty odor. Live spores act like seeds, forming new mold growths (colonies) under the right conditions. All of us are exposed to a variety of fungal spores daily in the air we breathe, both outdoors and indoors. How mold gets into a house or building Mold and fungal spores occur naturally outdoors, where fungi are the earth’s most important recyclers. Indoors, mold needs moisture to grow; it becomes a problem only where there is water damage, elevated and prolonged humidity, or dampness. Common sources of excessive indoor moisture that can lead to mold problems include: flooding from surface waters (i.e., overflowing rivers) or from severe storms; roof leaks from damaged or missing roofing materials, ice dams or blocked gutters; storm-driven rain through window frames, exterior walls or door assemblies; leaking pipes, sewer back-ups or overflows; damp basements or crawl spaces due to a high water table or poorly managed rainwater drainage; and condensation on cold surfaces. How to prevent mold growth The key to preventing and stopping indoor mold growth is to control excessive moisture and condensation. Keeping susceptible areas in the home clean and dry is critical. In general, mold will not grow indoors without water, dampness or excessive moisture. Three main factors contribute to condensation of water on building surfaces: Relative Humidity: Condensation occurs when the air is saturated with water and it cannot hold any more moisture. For example, steam generated from bathroom showers or from cooking can fill up the air with moisture, which will then condense into drops of water on cooler surfaces, such as mirrors and windows. Where possible, localized sources of humidity, such as clothes dryers, should be directly vented to the outdoors. To lower indoor humidity during warm, humid weather, air conditioners and/or dehumidifiers should be used. In chronically damp areas such as basements or crawlspaces, it is often recommended that dehumidifiers be used to maintain humidity levels below 60 percent. Temperature: Warm air holds more moisture than cold air. Condensation occurs when warm humid air comes into contact with a cold surface and the moisture condenses into water. This can often be seen on single-pane windows, where water condenses and then runs down, causing the wood frames and sills to rot and the wall under the windows to blister. Condensation can occur on exterior walls, particularly north-facing walls, if they are not properly insulated. Other chronically cold surfaces, such as cold water pipes, should be covered with insulation to help prevent condensation. Poor Ventilation: Indoor humidity can build up if there is not enough ventilation and exchange of indoor and outdoor air. Where there is little or no air movement, such as behind dressers and cabinets, surfaces can remain cooler than surrounding areas, which can lead to increased condensation and mold growth. It is recommended that the area be ventilated and the occupants use exhaust fans (vented to the outdoors) to remove moisture from high-humidity areas, particularly in bathrooms, kitchens and laundry areas. Furniture should be moved slightly away from walls so that air can freely pass behind it. Air should be allowed to circulate between rooms and regularly ventilate to remove humid air. Fans should be used as needed. Other things that can be done are to clean and repair gutters regularly, make sure the ground slopes down and away from the home’s foundation and keep air conditioner drip pans and drain lines clean. In addition, in air conditioned buildings in hot and humid climates, vinyl wall coverings on the interior sides of exterior walls should not be used, as these materials can trap moisture, resulting in mold growth underneath them. In the case of floods or leaking pipes, any standing water should be promptly removed and water-damaged materials should either be dried out and cleaned, or removed and replaced. Porous materials that are wet for more than 48 hours are likely to produce mold growth and should be discarded. In instances where the water damage is extensive, it is recommended that professional help, such as a commercial restoration company, be consulted. Can mold spores contain toxins? Yes. Some of these fungi produce toxic metabolites (mycotoxins), and almost all molds that grow in the built environment can produce triple helical glucan, both of which are toxic to lung cells. Many studies in appropriate laboratory animals have demonstrated that very low exposures of these compounds can result in inflammation. The health effects of breathing mycotoxins indoors are not well understood and they continue to be studied. This research is done to better understand why epidemiological studies consistently show increased asthma among occupants of damp buildings not associated with atopy. Some studies have shown that in agricultural settings, occupational exposure to fungi that produce mycotoxins on grain may result in significant exposures to their toxins. However, it is important to not relate human exposures to mycotoxins in agricultural settings with those exposures that can occur in the built environment (homes and offices). Exposures to mycotoxins in agricultural environments can be at much higher airborne concentrations, and these levels can result in systemic exposure. These agricultural exposures tend to be fungi that do not generally occur in buildings, such as Aspergillus flavus (aflatoxin) and Fusarium graminearum (deoxynivalenol). Black Mold The news media and some contractors often refer to “black mold” or “toxic black mold.” It is usually associated with Stachybotrys chartarum, a type of greenish‐black mold commonly associated with heavy water damage. Not all molds that appear to be black are Stachybotrys. The known health effects from exposure to Stachybotrys are similar to those caused by other common molds, and ​again in high exposure situations (as in agriculture), are known to be associated with severe health effects in some people. Such exposures seldom, if ever, occur in buildings except during remediation activities by people not taking appropriate precautions. Should I be concerned about mold? It all depends on how much mold there is. Small amounts of mold growth in workplaces or homes (such as mildew on a shower curtain) are not a major health concern. Large quantities of mold growth, however, are an important public health concern. In addition, mold can damage building materials, finishes, and furnishings and, in some cases, cause structural damage to wood. How molds affect people Most people have no reaction when exposed to molds. Allergic reactions, similar to pollen or animal allergies, and irritation are the most common health effects for individuals sensitive to molds. Flu‐like symptoms and skin rash may occur. Exposure to molds may also aggravate asthma. In very rare cases, fungal infections from building‐associated molds may occur in people with serious immune disease. Most symptoms are temporary and eliminated by correcting the mold problem. ​Who is affected by exposure to mold? There is a wide variability in how people are affected by airborne mold spore exposure. Currently, there is no established airborne concentration that is known to adversely affect any individual’s health. People who may be affected more severely and quickly than others include: Infants and children Elderly people Pregnant women Individuals with respiratory conditions or allergies and asthma Persons with weakened immune systems Those with special health concerns should consult their doctor if they are concerned about mold exposure. Symptoms that may seem to occur from mold exposure may be due to other causes, such as bacterial or viral infections or other allergies. What to do if you see or smell mold in your home The most important step is to identify the source(s) of moisture, which result in mold growth, and make repairs to stop them. If you only clean up the mold and do not fix the moisture problem, most likely the mold growth will recur. If the source of the moisture is related to a building failure or fault, such as a burst pipe or leaking roof, a professional contractor should be consulted. In instances where the moisture source does not appear to be related to leaks, floods, structural faults or rising damp, it is most likely due to condensation. If you do not see mold growth but smell a musty odor, mold may be growing underneath or behind water‐damaged materials, such as walls, carpeting, or wallpaper. Once the source of the moisture has been identified and fixed, you need to decide if removing the mold from the affected areas is something that can be done without professional assistance. If the mold growth was caused by sewage back‐up or other contaminated water, potential pathogens may be present and the work should be performed by a professional contractor that has experience in cleaning buildings damaged by contaminated water. If the mold growth is due to condensation or small‐scale leak and is limited to a small area (fewer than ten square feet), you can probably do the work yourself following guidelines such as those that have been prepared by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and AIHA. On hard surfaces, such as countertops and furniture, use detergent and water to wash mold off and then dry completely. The use of biocides or chemical disinfectants is not recommended as these may be hazardous to occupants. Moldy porous or absorbent materials, such as ceiling tiles, wallboard and carpeting should be removed and replaced. People cleaning mold should wear rubber gloves, goggles and an approved respirator to protect against breathing airborne spores. An N95 respirator would be appropriate for most cleanup projects, provided that you are medically capable of wearing a respirator. If you have health concerns, you should consult your doctor before doing any mold cleanup. Over the past decade or so, the industry has given rise to many individuals and companies who tout themselves as experts and certified in various aspects of mold investigation and remediation, but who may have little or no practical experience. If you choose to hire a consultants to help identify your problem, or a contractors to perform the cleanup in your home, make sure that they have specific work experience in dealing with and cleaning up mold, and check their references. Should I test my home for mold on a routine basis? Probably not. Looking for evidence of water damage and visible mold growth should be your first step. Testing for mold is expensive, and you should have a clear reason for doing so. In addition, there are no standards for “acceptable” levels of mold in the indoor environment. When air testing is done, it is usually to compare the levels and types of mold spores found inside the home with those found outdoors. If you know you have a mold problem, it is more important to spend time and resources solving the moisture problem and getting rid of the mold than to spend it on sampling. Who to call to deal with extensive mold growth in a building A professional experienced in mold evaluation and remediation, such as an industrial hygienist, may need to be hired to address extensive mold growth in a building. It is important to correct large mold problems as soon as possible by first fixing the source of the moisture problem and removing contaminated materials, then cleaning the surfaces, and finally drying the area completely. If you use outside contractors or professionals, make sure they have experience cleaning up mold. Check their references, and have them follow the recommendations and guidelines given in the information resources at the end of this fact sheet. The Facts about Mold: For the Professional How should a building be evaluated for mold growth? The first step is to perform an inspection to check building materials and spaces for visible mold growth, signs of moisture damage indicating a history of water leaks, elevated humidity levels, and/or condensation. Any occupant complaints should be noted, as well as any musty or moldy odors. Components of the building’s ventilation system should be inspected, with particular emphasis on the filters, cooling coils (if present), the fan chamber and any internal insulation. If mold growth or moisture problems are found, the air pressure differentials between the area of growth and surrounding areas should be determined. The location of the mold and moisture damage should also be characterized to determine its impact on the building and its occupants. The risk of potential health consequences varies depending upon the amount of visible mold/moisture damage and the degree of isolation from the occupied space. Exposure risk from greatest to least would be: growth on surfaces exposed to occupied space on interior walls or in floor cavities in exterior walls with poor air barriers If the mold damage is in the ventilation system, immediate steps are required to stop the spread of contamination. If the contamination is on the surface of walls, ceilings or floors exposed to the occupied space, prompt steps are required to contain the mold-damaged areas because what is visible is just a fraction of the total. When is sampling necessary in a building evaluation? Air, surface or bulk sampling may not be necessary, depending on the goal of the investigation. If visible mold is present, then it should be remediated, regardless of what species are present or whether or not samples have been collected. In situations where visible mold is present and there is a need to have the mold identified, surface or bulk sampling may be warranted. In specific instances, such as cases where health concerns are an issue, litigation is involved or the sources of contamination is unclear, sampling may be considered as part of a building evaluation. If mold is suspected but not visibly detectable after a thorough inspection, then microbial air sampling conducted in accordance with guidance documents (such as AIHA’s second edition of Field Guide for the Determination of Biological Contaminants in Environmental Samples—also known as the Field Guide—and AIHA’s Green Book) may reveal evidence of mold amplification or reservoirs indoors, particularly of mold that is considered “hidden” behind walls and other building structures. If mold is being removed and there is a question about how far the colonization extends, then surface or bulk sampling, in combination with moisture readings, may be useful. Sampling for airborne mold spores can indicate whether the mix of indoor molds is “typical” of the outdoor mix or, conversely, “atypical” or unusual at the time of sampling. Any sampling that does occur must be performed by professionals such as an industrial hygienist experienced with mold issues and familiar with current guidelines and, if applicable, local regulations. If samples are collected, regardless of the purpose, the results should help answer a clear question. Sampling without a specific purpose greatly increases the chances of generating useless data. Note that laboratories vary in experience and proficiency; using an AIHA-LAP, LLC EMLAP-accredited lab or equivalent is recommended. Why are there no standards for mold exposure? Health hazards from exposure to environmental molds and their metabolites relate to four broad categories of chemical/biological attributes: irritants allergens toxins pathogens (rarely) Different mold species may be more or less hazardous with respect to any or all of these categories. In addition, individual risks from exposure to a particular mold species may vary depending on a number of factors. Uncertainty is further complicated by a lack of information on specific human responses to well-defined mold contaminant exposures. In combination, these knowledge gaps make it impossible to set simple, meaningful exposure standards for molds and related contaminants. With no standards, how do I interpret my sampling results? A useful method for interpreting microbiological results is to compare the kinds and levels of organisms detected in different environments. Usual comparisons include indoors versus outdoors, or complaint areas versus non‐complaint areas. Specifically, in buildings without mold problems, the qualitative diversity (types) of airborne fungi indoors and outdoors should be similar. Conversely, the dominating presence of one or two kinds of fungi indoors, coupled with the absence of the same kind of fungi outdoors, may indicate a moisture problem and degraded air quality. Also, the consistent presence of certain fungi, such as Stachybotrys chartarum, Aspergillus versicolor, or various Penicillium species, over and beyond background concentrations may indicate the occurrence of a moisture problem and a potential atypical exposure. Generally, indoor mold types should be similar to, and airborne concentrations should be no greater than, those found outdoors and in non-complaint areas. Analytical results from bulk material or dust samples may also be compared to results of similar samples collected from reasonable comparison areas. Comparisons of total bacterial levels indoors versus outdoors may not be as useful as with fungi, since natural bacteria reservoirs exist in both places. Comparisons of the specific types of bacteria present, excluding those of known human origin, can help determine building-related sources. Does mold remediation always require isolation/containment? Mold remediation should always require some level of isolation of materials or containment. The lower level of containment or isolation involves sealing removed moldy materials in a plastic bag for disposal. Local‐area or full‐area containment decisions should be made based on the size of the area of mold growth and moisture damage, along with the potential for occupant exposure or building contamination without containment. These decisions should be based on an understanding of the full scope of mold contamination, including both visible and possible hidden mold sources. Are biocides useful or required in remediation projects? Biocides are disinfectant chemicals used to kill germs. In most mold remediation projects, biocides are not a substitute for thorough cleaning. Biocides are of limited use in remediation of indoor mold contamination for two main reasons: Because applications of biocides are variable, these treatments do not always remove allergens that can lead to allergies in sensitive individuals, nor do they remove other metabolites from mold that can cause adverse reactions in some people. Even though the application of biocides may kill mold spores, the only way to remove the allergens and other metabolites is through the physical elimination of mold and moldy materials by thorough cleaning or removal. Commonly used biocides do not effectively kill molds. For example, active fungal growth on a surface may produce a spore density of 1 million spores per square inch. Treating this site with a biocide that has an effectiveness of 99.999% would still leave an estimated 10 viable spores per square inch. As such, mold growth may recur if the underlying moisture problem is not resolved. Biocidal treatments are indicated only when the contaminant is one of the few fungi, such as Aspergillus fumigatus, that is known to cause human infection. This is particularly important in healthcare facilities or other places with occupants who have impaired immune systems or who may be more susceptible to infections. If a contractor proposes the use of biocides, insist that you see information from the US EPA or Health Canada that it is approved for use indoors to remediate mold in the USA or Canada, respectively. What are the knowledge gaps concerning mold exposure and its health effects? Chief among the knowledge gaps are defining how mycotoxins affect human health and the health risks associated with mycotoxins, microbial volatile organic compounds, allergen and glucan exposures. The causes of individuals’ susceptibility to infectious fungi are relatively well understood. Conversely, the mechanisms responsible for allergic sensitization, contact dermatitis, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, and inhalation fevers vary from incompletely characterized to entirely unknown. Predisposing host factors influence individual susceptibility to environmental exposures. The lack of meaningful exposure limits for most indoor air quality contaminants is a major obstacle to establishing regulatory standards for individual exposure to airborne contaminants. The same is certainly true for molds. Until microbiological methods for demonstrating mold concentrations in the environment are standardized and reproducible, epidemiological studies necessary to determine dose‐response can only suggest association, not cause and effect, with respect to mold exposures and health effects. Resources Listings of indoor air quality consultants can be obtained from AIHA’s Consultants Listing​, although AIHA does not recommend specific consultants. Additional technical information is included in the following sources, available from AIHA's Marketplace: Recognition, Evaluation and Control of Indoor Mold, AIHA, 2008 (the Green Book) Field Guide for the Determination of Biological Contaminants in Environmental Samples, 2nd edition, AIHA, 2005 (the Field Guide) Assessment, Remediation, and Post‐Remediation Verification of Mold in Buildings, AIHA, 2004 Environmental Mold: State of the Science, State of the Art, AIHA, 2003 Report of Microbial Growth Task Force, AIHA, 2001 Other Resources Listing of AIHA Laboratory Accreditation Programs, LLC Environmental Microbiology Laboratory Accreditation Program (EMLAP) accredited laboratories IICRC S500, Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration, Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification, 2006 Mould Guidelines for the Canadian Construction Industry. CCA 82‐2004, CCA, 2004 Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings (EPA 402‐K‐01‐001), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 2001 Bioaerosol: Assessment and Control, ACGIH, 1999 More Mold Information State or Local Department of Health Environmental Protection Agency Indoor Air Quality EPA and FEMA Flood Clean‐Up Guidelines Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) California Indoor Air Quality Program New York City Department of Health “Guidelines on Assessment and Remediation of Fungi in Indoor Environments” Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation ​​​​​​​
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Individuals fall prey to allergies owing to the presence of the molds in the environment where they live. This happens because a lot of individuals fail to identify molds and are not well informed about What is Mold and the subsequent Molds Health Effects. The newest trend in housing is to have "tight" houses. Such houses are popular because they are considered as energy efficient. However, these houses allow little circulation of air and are prone to have trapped moisture that encourage mold. If you live in such houses, you should have time to time testing done for mold presence, to avoid your family to go through health issues that can arise on account of mold allergens.

 

 


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Say Goodbye to Traditional Methods of Lead Dust Containment

Keeping lead dust contained during demolition or renovation is a big deal. Although most modern homes have nothing to fear from lead based paint, homes built before 1978 are at risk for having lead paint either on the interior or exterior. Any disturbance of this years old lead coating can generate dangerous amounts of lead paint dust and contaminate the entire home.

So, what's the big deal with lead paint dust? It's just dust, right? Not exactly. Responsible for causing a host of reproductive, neurological, and respiratory diseases and conditions, lead paint dust is nothing to be trifled with. In fact, lead dust can have devastating effects on adults, children, and even family pets.

It's for these reasons that when a home painted with lead paint needed renovations, extreme measures were put in place to obstruct the spread of lead dust. These measures included walling off entire areas of the home, using negative air machines to contain particulates, and covering every high risk surface with plastic. Workers would wear self-contained suits and respirators when entering the construction areas. Not only were these methods costly but they also greatly slowed the entire renovation process.

Today, however, these measures can be a thing of the past with ECOBOND®. Previously, these measures were used to capture and contain the dangerous lead dust, but ECOBOND® treats and eliminates the threat at the source. When applied over the lead based paint, it not only successfully contains the dust but also penetrates into the harmful paint below to neutralize the lead. In two independent laboratory studies ECOBOND® was shown to reduce the hazard of lead poisoning by 95% and stop the occurrence of lead dust by 99%!

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If you use ECOBOND®, traditional methods of containing the dangerous lead dust particles will be a thing of the past. Of course, it is still recommended to abide by basic lead containment procedures if doing a large project, but the threat will be almost non-existent.

If you would like to know more about lead dust containment and other lead paint topics, we invite you to visit our website. Additionally, you may contact us with any questions or comments.

Reducing the Dangers of Proximity Contamination

Proximity Contamination occurs when lead-based paint (LBP) chips or flakes off the painted surface or LBP dust becomes airborne. Once this contaminant gets into the environment it becomes a potentially dangerous and costly problem.

Lead is highly toxic, causing a variety of health problems in children and adults and is considered a carcinogen. It's been outlawed as an additive in residential paint since the late 1970's but is still present in industrial applications and on older painted surfaces.

The danger of proximity contamination is greatest where kids are present. Lead has a sweet taste so small children may lick chipped surfaces. Dust can be ingested or inhaled. School districts must be diligent in the identification and remediation of LBP before it becomes bio- available.

The Health and Safety and Remediation Plans, Remediation Monitoring, Permitting and Disposal have to meet EPA guidelines as well as the requirements of a variety of state and local criteria. This can be a very expensive undertaking.
In California this can involve several steps and multiple state agencies.

ECOBOND® LBP is a cost-effective solution for school districts and other public agencies. Used as a sealant on chipped surfaces prior to removal and disposal, the ECOBOND® LBP has reduced the total lead levels up to 97%. In many cases bio-available lead has been reduced to non-detect levels.

With over 10 years and many laboratory and field studies in the books, ECOBOND® LBP is an industry leader in the containment of lead on a variety of typical construction materials, including wood, cinder block, sheet rock and ceramic tile.

The product is easily brushed on or spray-applied, and penetrates the LBP, softening the lead. If intact the paint may remain safely in place. If damaged and chipped it can be removed and disposed of in a non-hazardous facility.

Please contact us and let us help solve or prevent your proximity contamination problems.

Lead Paint Removal: You Can Do It Safely, and Avoid Environmental Harm

Lead paint removal is a frightening proposition, but it shouldn't be. The tools and products that are available now make it more simple, effective, and safer than ever before. Contractors and homeowners who need to address lead paint hazards should start by examining the options and move forward with corrective action to avoid continued exposure to lead paint in homes and offices.

ECOBOND® products are used extensively throughout the US and internationally to treat and remove lead hazards. While government agencies and business contractors use ECOBOND®, the products are also popular with homeowners and do-it-yourselfers. One reason: The unique formula can be applied to a surface with lead paint, as well as to paint chips after scraping and treat them rendering them harmless.

Also making the products a good choice for homeowners: they're easy and safe to use.

Lead Paint Removal: Easier, Safer Than Ever

ECOBOND® products are becoming the go-to solution for lead based paint hazards because they are easy and efficient to use, as well as affordable. Do-it-Yourselfers, especially those with little experience, choose ECOBOND® products because:

Their unique Paint-it-on Leave-it-on® product eliminates confusion about treatment and hazard management. They can be applied not only to the surface but also to paint chips after scraping, rendering them harmless. On average, ECOBOND® lead paint removal products cost property owners 40-80% less than other lead paint removal products and treatments.


Additional benefits families especially appreciate include the products' fire and mold and mildew resistance, the fact that the products are eco-friendly. and have been proven to reduce lead hazards by up to 95%.

Got Questions about Lead Paint Removal?
Certainly, working to remove lead paint is a task that requires a good plan and some basic safety supplies, but it can be managed by most homeowners and property managers.

Our FAQ list covers how to test a painted surface, residential and commercial uses, as well as questions about tinting, application and drying time. If you have questions about lead paint removal, safety precautions, or our products, please contact us. We're here to help!


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 26 Jan 2017 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. Understanding and controlling common pollutants indoors can help reduce your risk of indoor health concerns. Health effects from indoor air
 A large number of VOCs are emitted into indoor air from building materials, furnishings, cleaning compounds, office equipment, personal care products, air These authors consider an indoor air quality guideline of 80 ppb, based on the available evidence, to be "protective against both acute and chronic sensory irritation in
 OSHA Publication 3512, (February 2012). Ventilation · Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) · Formaldehyde. The quality of indoor air inside offices, schools, and other workplaces is important not only for workers' comfort but also for their health. Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) has been tied to symptoms like headaches, fatigue,
 Indoor Air Quality in. Commercial and Institutional. Buildings. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. U.S. Department of Labor. OSHA 3430-04. 2011. The guidance is advisory in nature and informational in content. It is not a standard or regulation, and it neither creates new legal obligations nor alters existing
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 19 Oct 2017 In most cases, if visible mold growth is present, sampling is unnecessary. Since no EPA or other federal limits have been set for mold or mold spores, sampling cannot be used to check a building's compliance with federal mold standards.
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