Do you think Mold Remediation Standards are outdated? If yes, you are not alone. Many people believe it is time to toss out mold remediation guidance and standards.
The Indoor Air series of conferences, presented by the International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ) every three years and every nine years in the United States, believe if research procedures are moved to the field, they need to know what they are measuring.
Often workers have been denied compensation claims, plaintiffs have been harmed, and property managers and insurance adjustors use the argument that “ If I can’t measure it, it doesn’t exist,” to discount claims by office workers and occupants of homes.
Now there is a new tune spreading in the Industry: “ If we can’t measure it, we aren’t measuring correctly.” This new tune spreading in the mold remediation field may mean the fundamental assumption that reduction of spores, below the original count is no longer sufficient to conclude that a Post Remediation Verification (PRV) was successful.
To read more on this developing story, review this article called Is It time To Toss Mold Remediation Standards? by Carl Grimes, President of Healthy Habitats in Denver Colorado at Ieconnections.com.
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