Re: Toxic Mold? Limitations uncovered...
Posted by ff on 5/15/07
Wasn't AEROTECH the first to get on EPA's list. It scares the
heck out of me to have witnessed their, in my opinion , of
course, inadequate effort which also ignored existing data,
was based on false assumptions, coincided with the demands of
liable parties, etc...
On 5/15/07, johncodie wrote:
> Any reason that a US trained country would lead the US
> Automakers in sales only after 60 years of complete
> destruction. Best IAQ/microbial firms in the world? Who are
> the standards barer? Sounds like a lot of fluff.
> On 5/15/07, ff wrote:
>> Sharon, johncodie, YYstachy, et al.
>> What scares me about about Toxic Mold problems, opinions,
>> IAQ investigations, plaintiffs, defendants, sampling,
>> current/past research efforts, etc., - the imposed
>> limitations by unwillingness to broaden the thinking, and
>> a willingness to accept the end product.
>> This is not based speculation, but years extensive efforts
>> to solve environmental problems, which include, toxic
>> mold. To briefly explain, research and investigative
>> efforts were conducted to identify causes/solutions, years
>> before bringing in what is represented to be one of the
>> best IAQ/microbial firms in the world.
>> Absent the years of research prior to the IAQ/Mold firm's
>> involvement, the shortcomings/inadequacies of their
>> investigations and toxic mold efforts in general, would
>> never have surfaced.
>> This is typical of current efforts and the issue in
>> general. Those facing liability, or potential liability,
>> are no doubt pleased with their damage control efforts
>> (which equate to losses by the victims).
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