Title: Fungal Contamination Permanently Closes Elementary School (Case Study)
Date of publication: 1997
URL: www.envirovillage.com/Papers/N000041.htm
Authors: W. Edward Montz Jr., Ph.D.
Bibliographic info: Published as part of the Enviro Village Library Papers.
Publisher: Acumen Technologies Inc.
Abstract: This case involves an elementary school where an IAQ investigation revealed fungal contamination in a basement area. In order to properly address the problem, officials relocated students to another building and subsequently decided to seek other uses of the building.
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Keywords: mould, mold, closure, basement, moisture, relocation
Record Last Revised: Record #8, revised 1/3/2001

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