Clean Air

May 27, 2014 by  
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All contractors need to be aware of the increased importance of dust suppression in the work place. Not only is it  becoming an important discussion in the construction industry because of stricter regulations, but it also has benefits that go beyond health and safety. In recent years, the concrete industry has seen an increased emphasis on concrete dust suppression and containment, both for worker safety and job-site cleanliness. OSHA’s current National Emphasis Program on Crystalline Silica (in effect since Jan. Read more ⇒


Boston-Area Landlord to Provide Tenants $23,000 in Relief Over Claims of Discrimination and Violation of Lead Paint Laws

Settlement Includes Deleading of Apartment; Disclosure of Inspection Reports BOSTON – A Boston-area landlord has agreed to provide $23,000 in relief to two tenants, delead an apartment unit in Roslindale, and provide inspection reports to resolve allegations of discrimination against families with children and violations of state lead paint laws, Attorney General Coakley announced today. According to the assurance of discontinuance, filed Tuesday in Suffolk Superior Court, Dimitrios Deligiannides, Hariclia Deligiannides, and Hariton Deligiannides, allegedly refused to renew the leases Read more ⇒

The Benefits of Air Scrubbing

May 12, 2014 by  
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Air filtration devices, or AFDs, with HEPA filtration are increasingly important in restoration. Their value is particularly critical on jobs that involve high levels of particulates, including most restoration sites plus construction or remodeling environments. Putting an AFD to work immediately also has another benefit: impressed customers. One restorer told us that he places a HEPA airscrubber as soon as possible when he first meets the customer. “There is a noticeable difference in the smell after running it for five Read more ⇒


Did you know? When it comes to a fire loss, there are three general categories of fire related soot residues. Protein residues: Typically result from kitchen fires involving burned meats or poultry, spoiled food, etc. The texture is greasy and sticks to most surfaces and also has an intense odor. The residue color is typically between yellow and brown. Natural residues: Typically odor and residue that comes from burned paper or wood. Residue is grey to black in color and Read more ⇒


There are many situations in which restoration professionals may think that use of bleach as a cleaner/sanitizer is effective. Indeed, there are certain restoration projects, such as sewage backflows, floods, and even mold remediation, where individuals have been taught to use bleach as part of their restoration protocol. This history is supported by continuing references in publications put out by numerous organizations including the EPA, American Red Cross, Salvation Army and others. The use of bleach as a “disinfectant” seemed Read more ⇒


As an instructor for mold remediation and indoor air quality investigation classes I am frequently asked about the effectiveness and appropriateness of using ozone generators during mold remediation. Many students are coming from the fire restoration industry where ozone generators are often used to remove smoke orders from contents. For other students the questions about the effectiveness of ozone for mold work are prompted by equipment vendors who indicate that ozone generating machines are perfect for the task. The potential Read more ⇒


Over the last few weeks we have received numerous calls from individuals concerned about the appropriateness of mold remediation projects that do not address critical issues such as possible contamination of the HVAC system or the contents of the building. In fact, we spoke with an attorney for an individual who is reportedly suffering from serious mold-related health concerns, and he was incredulous when he found out that after a major remediation of visible fungal growth from his client’s house Read more ⇒


In the mold remediation industry the focus tends to be, understandably, on areas where mold is growing on building materials or contents. The EPA and the New York City (NYC) Department of Health have published guidelines that offer recommendations for personal protective equipment (PPE) and engineering controls based on the amount of visible mold growth in an area. Obviously, visible mold growth needs to be properly addressed. However, physical growth is not the only form of contamination related to mold. Read more ⇒


April 22, 2014 by  
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Many of us in the cleaning and restoration industry are so busy dealing with the everyday challenges of providing great services to our customers that it is difficult to take time to see where we fit in the long term scheme of the industry. Although an excessive focus backwards can easily result in a non-productive longing for the good old days (which a fair assessment may remind us were not so good after all), a proper understanding of the industry Read more ⇒


Wonder Makers specializes in dealing with situations associated with the indoor environment. Although that is a narrow slice of the entire environmental movement, it is still a broad and exciting area that encompasses challenges such as mold, infectious agents, lead dust hazards, and asbestos building materials. The potential dangers of mold have received substantial publicity over the last decade, with more yet to come as an ever-growing a stack of reports links exposure to fungal agents to significant health problems. Read more ⇒

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