Mold. Unless you are a mycologist, the word probably inspires feelings of uncertainty. You may never have experienced a mold problem in your facility, but you certainly have seen the headlines: homes, schools, and other buildings shuttered and deep-cleaned to be rid of the black menace some blame on health issues ranging from mild respiratory problems to debilitating illness. The issue of “toxic mold” first hit the news during the mid-1990s, with several high-profile cases of ...

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