|Mr. Ed Stuber, of Galson Laboratories|
|Brent Kynoch of EIA|
|Mr. Cole Stanton, of Fiberlock Technologies, and Mr. Fred Schauf, of Spectrum Environmental|
- Remediators perform own assessments/final inspections
- Mold Remediation Plans are incomplete:
- No quantities per work area
- No Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) mentioned
- EPA registered biocides etc. without specifying a product
- No method for remediation, only "industry standards"
- No cost estimate
- Non NYSDOL licensed assessors provide the inspection/assessment.
- Real Estate agents are assessing and preparing Mold Remediation Plans for properties they are listing (does not appear to violate Article 32, it does appear to violate their code of ethics.)
- Mold remediators are still providing homeowners with checklist used as assessment and mold remediation plan
- and/or, No Mold Remediation Work Plans provided.
- Training Quality needs significant improvement:
- Incorrect information presented, such as: asbestos testing is not necessary as mold takes precedence over asbestos containing materials; a check list by the homeowner is OK; sampling is required; biocides are preferable to removal.
- Classes last less than 5 hours a day
- Mold assessment classes being taught by teachers without mold experience.
|Vendor Reception in the Exhibit Hall|
|Part of the Long Island Contingent that Attended This Year|