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ASHRAE To Host Broadcast On Mold

December 13, 2004

Concerns about mold in the building environment are no longer limited to just humid environments or North America.

Mold is now a global concern for designers, contractors, building owners/operators and building occupants.

Information on how to properly control moisture and humidity conditions in order to minimize mold will be presented in an April 13, 2005, satellite broadcast and Webcast, Mold in Our Building Environment, offered by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). The program is sponsored by ASHRAE’s Chapter Technology Transfer Committee (CTTC).

For situations where mold is present, various proven assessment and remediation processes will be addressed for different types of facilities.

Speakers will include biological, chemical, investigative and health experts, design architects, engineers and contractors who specialize in mitigation. The broadcast will be similar to the 2004 ASHRAE broadcast on homeland security, which as viewed by more than 20,000 viewers at more than 1,500 locations earlier this year.

Program and site registration details will be announced soon. Questions and requests for site registration materials may be emailed to

More information about ASHRAE’s work on mold and moisture can be found on ASHRAE.org

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