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Tuesday, May 31, 2005 Issue 8   VOLUME 1 ISSUE 7  
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What are “Normal” Levels of Mold Exposure?
Water Damage and Mold Remediation in Commercial Buildings – When to Call in a Consultant
A Little Preparation May Pay Off With IAQ
Public Health Costs May Play a Role in Choosing Fossil Fuel Power Generation Technologies
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Tips from the Experts
Water Damage and Mold Remediation in Commercial Buildings – When to Call in a Consultant
With the proper preparation and training, many contractors can now perform an effective remediation of relatively large projects. So when does the building owner or property manager “call in the experts”? And what value can the consultant add on a moisture/mold recovery or remediation project? We’ve gone back through our case files to illustrate five common situations in which a consultant like EH&E adds considerable value to a project.
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A Little Preparation May Pay Off With IAQ
by David Shore

Responding to IAQ complaints should always be taken seriously and investigated fully. In most cases, the building or facilities manager is first alerted to potential IAQ problems by occupants. Establishing clear procedures for responding to and resolving complaints will ensure that all complaints are handled in a consistent and fair manner.
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