Mold Inspectors and Mold Remediators
Update of Important Developments
New Federal Health Study about Mold and Health
Please read the 300+ page report [May 25, 2004]
on dampness and health problems based on a research study commissioned by
the Centers for Disease Control.
Read the full report
which will have substantial good and bad impact on the mold industry.
Read a very brief
One of the study’s
most important findings is this: ”Excessive
dampness influences whether mold, as well as bacteria, dust mites and other
such agents, are present and thrive indoors, the committee noted. In
addition, the wetness may cause chemicals and particles to be released from
For this reason, PCI strongly recommends that all Certified Mold
Inspectors should expand their training and
certification to include being trained ONLINE as a
Environmental Hygienist so that each will be trained and certified for
residential and commercial inspection, testing, and remediation of indoor
bacteria, dust particles, dust mites, chemical pollutants, and other indoor
environmental threats and risks.
By being trained and certified as a Certified Environmental Hygienist, and
thus be able to inspect, test, and remediate for
ALL of the indoor health problems identified in the Institute of Medicine
report, you can advertise this important Certified Environmental Hygienist certification expertise to gain new
clients and a competitive advantage compared to regular mold inspectors who
concentrate only on mold problems.
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