Friday, July 13, 2007

Summer School For Mold, Mildew And Indoor Air Quality Projects

Yesterday a friend called me and mentioned that his new home in Iowa was tested to have high levels of Radon. This prompted me to send him a link to for some help with this subject. I also sent him to the EPA web site and both seemed to help out.

What does this have to do with Schools? This event prompted me to remind our education facility managers and school administrators that during summer break testing your buildings for indoor air problems is a good idea, especially when students and teachers are off campus. This gives you the time and space required to check the ventilation systems, test problematic spaces such as old schools and portable classrooms, conduct abatement if needed and prepare your classrooms for the upcoming semester. Providing safe and healthy learning environments for students and teachers is a breath of fresh air for everyone.

1 comment:

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Do-it-yourself projects, including mold removal, take time. By the time you learn what you need to do, buy the necessary supplies, and get started, a lot of time may have passed; time that could have been spend doing something else.

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