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Wednesday, August 24, 2005 Issue 9   VOLUME 1 ISSUE 9  
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Hurricane Preparedness and Response Can Minimize Water and Mold Damage
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Hurricane Preparedness and Response Can Minimize Water and Mold Damage
by Glen Hadwen, M.S., C.I.H., Southeastern Region Office, Miami, FL

As many learned (again) in 2004, the effects of hurricanes can be devastating. The strong winds and heavy rains of a hurricane can cause significant structural damage, water damage, and mold growth in a building. As a building owner or property manager, sound preparation can minimize damage should a hurricane strike your building.
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