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To help you navigate the website, I’ve organized our most popular (and helpful) articles by category.
Mold Testing, Enumeration and Identification
- Guide to Common Household Molds & Fungi
- How to Collect Mold Samples for Testing
- Mold Test Kits and Cost of Rental Equipment
- How to Tell Mold from Dirt, Stains and Other Common Discolorations
- What Are Dimorphic Fungi? Explained…
- The Risks Associated with Eating Moldy Foods
- Indoor Molds that Produce Toxins on Building Materials
- What You Should Know About Mold Allergies
- Can Mold Exposure Really Trigger Parkinson’s Disease?
- Have You Been Exposed to Mold? Read this…
- Can a Landlord Sue a Tenant Over Mold Growth?
- Using Molds As Forensic Tools In Building Investigations
- Can Black Mold (Stachybotrys chartarum) Affect Pregnancy?
Bacteria Analysis & Testing
- How to Collect Bacteria Samples for Analysis
- Bacteria in Water: Coliforms, Iron and Sulfur Bacteria
- Bacteria That Are Commonly Found Indoors
- The Symptoms of Legionnaires’ Disease
- MBL Among The CDC ELITE Certified Labs in Legionella Testing
- Why Test For Total Coliform, Fecal Coliform and Enterococcus
- How Skin Bacteria Could Be Used to Identify You
Free Downloadable PDF’s
- How To Interpret Laboratory Results for Airborne Fungal (Mould) Samples
- Guidelines for Interpreting Numerical Data of Non-viable (Spore Traps) and Viable Airborne Mould Samples
- Airborne Fungal Spores: Non-viable and Viable Air Sampling Methods
- Interpreting Numerical Data of Viable Airborne Mould Samples
- How IAQ Professionals Could Help Improve Laboratory Reports
Talk to you soon,
Jackson Kung’u, PhD
Mold & Bacteria Consulting Laboratories