By Bob Krell — Having just come off the road from a few of this year’s national industry events, the topic of mold testing came up multiple times—as usual. Many people vocalized their opinions on the pros and cons of the various sampling and analysis methodologies currently being used. Spore traps and mycotoxins got their
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By Jeff May — from his August 2022 May’s Ways column in Healthy Indoors Magazine The sources of indoor air quality problems can be within the components of the building including mechanical systems, crawlspaces, and basements. Many IAQ problems, however, arise from what building occupants bring into a building envelope (what I call Trojan Horses).
Healthy Indoors LIVE Show 8-11-22 with guest Tom Laubenthal What You NEED to Know About #Asbestos is tomorrow’s topic on our show with guest, Tom Laubenthal. Join the conversation LIVE Thurs. August 11 from 1-2 PM EDT (UTC-4) or watch after at: https://global.healthyindoors.com/c/healthy-indoors-live-show/8-11-22 The Healthy Indoors LIVE Show brings you the information you need! Each
Thursday July 28, 2022, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT (UTC -4) That’s the topic for this week’s Healthy Indoors LIVE Show when we welcome our guest, Bud Offermann. He recently gave a presentation on SPF at ISIAQ‘s Indoor Air 2022 in Kuopio, Finland. Bud Offermann has 35 years experience as an IAQ researcher, IAQ investigator,
Environmental Protection Agency —April 5, 2022 Washington, DC – Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is taking action to protect people from asbestos exposure by releasing a proposed rule to prohibit ongoing uses of Chrysotile asbestos, the only known form of asbestos currently imported into the U.S. This proposed rule is the first-ever risk management
By Jeffrey C. May — When occupants experience specific symptoms inside a building and feel better when they are away from the building, and their symptoms are not caused by a specific illness, the building could be called a “sick building.” The symptoms that people experience in such a building can be called “sick building
By Carl Grimes — My last opinion column was in IE Connections about eight years ago, relating my embarrassingly rookie-like mistakes with an evil crawlspace. Although my writing stopped, I didn’t stop my activities in the IEQ industry. Times change, as have my focus that started with an eye-opening twist when I was sued. Before
By Jeffrey C. May– I’ve worked with many clients who spent thousands of dollars unnecessarily. In one situation, a woman was told that her basement was full of mold growth and that she should immediately move out of her house. She was given an estimate of about $3,000 to “de-mold” her basement. She moved into