Live Online Event | How to Clean Your Flooded Home: Addressing Mold & other Health-Related Hazards (slides)

2017
|   By
Laurie Schoeman ,
Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.
Armand Magnelli (Livable Homes, Inc.)
Jonathan Wilson (National Center for Healthy Housing)
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Summary
In this webinar, presenters share best practices and post-flood mold remediation techniques to make damaged homes safe and habitable. 
Description

Current rebuilding estimates make Harvey and Irma unofficially the third and fourth costliest hurricanes in U.S. history. High winds, heavy rains and flooding destroyed and damaged homes, leaving hundreds of thousands of residents displaced, without power and at risk of serious health issues if damp conditions and mold are left untreated.

Mold can cause serious health problems for young children, seniors and anyone with respiratory illnesses and weak immune systems. Led by Enterprise Community Partners and offered in partnership with NeighborWorks America, the National Center for Healthy Housing and the Florida Housing Coalition, this webinar will share best practices and post-flood mold remediation techniques to make damaged homes safe and habitable. 

The mold-remediation guidance draws from recovery and rebuilding experience after Hurricanes Katrina, Sandy, Irene and Rita.

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