Mold Illness Information

Published Articles

as published in IE Connections 2-10
Mold on Fiberglass-faced Gypsum Board »

as published in IE Connections 11-09
Do You Qualify To Be An Expert Witness?

as published in IE Connections 3-09
An IESO Standard for Catastrophic Water Damage Probes »

as published in IE Connections 2-09
Rapidly Renewable Materials and LEED

as published in IE Connections 8-08
High-Volume Air Exchange for More Efficient Remediation »

as published in IE Connections 6-08
How to Handle a Sewage Contamination Disaster »

as published in IE Connections 2-08
A Case Study of Unintended Consequences »

as published in IE Connections 6-07
Multiple Complications in an Occupied Home »

as published in IE Connections 9-03
Defense Key to Surviving Mold Wars »

OSB(Oriented Strand Board) vs. Plywood
Choosing Between Oriented Strandboard and Plywood
OSB Information Overview
Understanding Properties of Commercial OSB Products 
Nonveneer Panel Products 
OSB Technical Information Sheet

Rapidly Renewable Materials
Mold Susceptibility of Rapidly Renewable Building Materials Used in Wall Construction
Rapidly Renewable Materials' Complex Calculus
Eco-Friendly Alternatives to Wood-based Particleboard
Applications of Biocomposites in Building Industry

History of Construction Methods - Platform framing

Building Science
Moisture Control in Buildings: Putting Building Science in Green Building
Building Science Corporation (BSC)

Chinese Drywall Syndrome
Comprehensive information about problems with chinese drywall

AIHA-Certified Laboratories
Aerobiology Laboratories
Prism Analytical Technologies

Did You Know?

When airborne mold spores are present in large numbers, they can cause skin irritation, allergic reactions, asthma episodes, infections and other respiratory problems for people.
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