Most people lump mold and mildew together as the same thing. But these fungi do have several key differences that will be helpful to know when you encounter them. Similarities: Both mold and mildew are members of the fungi kingdom. They grow in moist or humid areas, like bathrooms and
You’re exposed to mold every day, but what do you really know about it? Is it a plant or an animal? What does it look like? Is all mold toxic? Learn the answers to these questions, and many more, as we explore mold in depth. What is mold? Mold is a type of fungus that grows in multice
We’re going to be spending more time indoors in the coming months. What better time to learn more about our indoor environment? We’ve gathered some important but not-so-well-known facts about indoor air quality (IAQ) to help keep you healthy during your time inside. . 1. Indoor
Rewind to 2015. It’s July and a major Legionnaires’ disease outbreak has erupted in the Bronx borough of NYC. So far, 12 people have died and over 100 residents have been diagnosed with the disease. It’s turned into one of most serious outbreaks we’ve seen since the disea
Some of the most serious moisture problems develop out of sight. Moisture can accumulate behind walls or underneath building materials, leading to hidden mold and moisture problems that gnaw away at your building and leave students feeling sick. All the while, you’re completely
Moisture problems can pose risks to student health and cause serious damage to building integrity. Schools present their own set of challenges with their complex structures and wet areas, like bathrooms, kitchens and locker rooms. While not all moisture problems can be avoided, you ca
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