Title: Managing Water Infiltration into Buildings
Sub-Title: A Systematized Approach for Remediating Water Problems in Building Due to Floods, Roof Leaks, Potable Water Leaks, Sewage Backup, Steam Leaks and Groundwater Inflitration
Date of publication:
URL: www.dehs.umn.edu/iaq/flood.html
Authors: Neil Carlson, Arif Quraishi
Bibliographic info: internet website
Publisher: University of Minnesota
Abstract: Outlines a systematized approach for remediating water problems in buildings due to floods, roof leaks, potable water leaks, sewage backup, steam leaks and groundwater infiltration.Contains a Water Damage Check List
Additional Notes:
Keywords: water infiltration, buildings, flood, floods, flooding, water problems, sewage backups, leaks, groundwater infiltration, children, schools, roof leaks, potable water leaks, tap leaks, microbiological contamination, hypersensitivity diseases, moisture
Record Last Revised: Record #75, revised 1/13/2001

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