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Mold Problems in Public Schools

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, molds can be found almost anywhere; they can grow on virtually any organic substance, as long as moisture and oxygen are present. Mold can grow on paper, cloth, carpet, wood, tile, insulation — anywhere there is a warm, damp environment. Schools and commercial buildings are particularly susceptible to mold

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Managing Mold in Schools

Mold grows in schools when airborne mold spores land in damp, warm places. Fall is an ideal time for mold spores to be tracked in as kids hit the playground, shuffle through the fall leaves, and return to their classrooms. Bathrooms, kitchens, vent pipes, near water fountains, behind drywall or wall coverings, in ceilings, around