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Important News for Mold Remediation Contractors who do work in NY State...  
New York State has passed a new law (Chapter 55, Article 32 of Laws of New York, 2014) requiring licensure of Mold Remediation Contractors and Mold Abatement Workers and Mold Assessors (consultants) for all mold-related projects in New York State involving more than ten (10) square feet of mold.  The law takes effect on January 1, 2016. 
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OSHA's New Confined Spaces Rule Affects Residential Contractors
The US Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has developed a new rule to protect workers in confined spaces, including residential attics and crawl spaces, that will impact the work of many residential and commercial contractors.
Cold weather can lead to mold and IAQ issues.

New NJ Rule Requires High Schools Students to Learn CPR

What's New

New Jersey 2013 RTK Final Deadline Approaching

The final deadline for the 2013 Full 5-Year Right to Know (RTK) survey is nearly here. All 2013 surveys must be entered online and submitted electronically by the extended deadline of February 15, 2015.

Frequently asked questions (and answers) about MOLD

I hear a lot about "toxic mold" and "black deadly mold" in the media - How concerned should I be?

New Jersey Right to Know Update

First deadline approaching for new online system


Advisor – Hurricane Sandy One Year Later

One year after Hurricane Sandy attacked the east coast with its devastating winds and rains, there is still much work to be done.  From an indoor air quality perspective the main issue is mold.