Enviro Management Inc.

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moldWaterDamage

Mould Assessment & Water Damage

 

Mould growth within indoor environments can lead to potentially serious health effects in susceptible individuals, such as the young and elderly, as well as immuno-compromised individuals.   Conditions conducive to the onset of mould growth should be corrected as soon as possible to avoid potential issues related to building maintenance and occupant health.

Guidelines:

-Canadian Construction Association CCA-82 “Mould Guidelines for  the Canadian  Construction Industry”

-Environmental Abatement Council of Ontario (EACO) Mould  Abatement Guidelines –  2nd Edition (2010

-Health Canada, Fungal Contamination in Public Buildings – Health  Effects and  Investigation Methods

-Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification  (IICRC – S520) – “Standard and Reference Guide for Professional  Mould Remediation”

-Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC – S500) – “Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration

Services:

- Detailed Mould Assessments

- Moisture mapping following flooding

- Infrared Thermography – moisture  and insulation deficiency detection

- Development of prevention and management programs

- Creation of remediation specifications

- Contractor procurement, quote & bid evaluations for remediation

- Remediation inspection and testing services

- Air and surface sampling

- Mould awareness training