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What are “Normal” Levels of Mold Exposure?
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Industry Perspectives
What are “Normal” Levels of Mold Exposure?
An interview with David MacIntosh, Sc.D.
by Linda Goodspeed

As more and more attention is focused on indoor air quality and its effect on the health and well-being of building occupants, mold has emerged as a major issue and potential liability for building owners and managers.
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