Have you heard about Virginia deregulating mold inspection? If you have not heard, Advance Mold Remediation is here to give you all the details you will need to know about how these deregulations could affect you. Read now for details.
Recently the Virginia legislature approved Governor Bob McDonnell’s plan to streamline government by eliminating needless licensing and regulatory requirements. The bill that was approved deregulates mold remediators and mold inspectors.
The bill that was proposed in January is expected to go into effect July 1st. The state of Virginia feels that deregulating will help remediators and mold inspectors to be better served because they will no longer be regulated by the state.
Previously, the Virginia Board for Asbestos, Lead, Mold and Home Inspectors regulated the licensure of mold inspectors and mold remediators from 1993 to the present.
The U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does not see a need to regulate mold remediation residential homes. By EPA standards, Virginia over regulates.
The bill that will take effect July 1st includes eliminating two state agencies, merging seven state agencies into others, eliminating 19 boards and commissions, and merging 23 boards and commissions to form 11 boards and commissions.
Virginia hopes by deregulating mold inspection, the state can cut government in a tough economy where families and businesses alike are struggling to make ends meet.
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