Over the past year I’ve had the privilege of working with the folks at CSE Plus (more on them in a moment) as they’ve been working very hard on two new projects. First, they reached out to a number of experts in the mold “industry” (mold is big enough of a problem that it has an industry!) and worked diligently with them to produce a quality book, published by none other than Pearson – a major educational publisher. Learn more about their book and the next project, after the jump.
How MoldBlogger Got Involved
CSE Plus approached me in June of 2011. They’re a non-profit educational firm and they had just started a year-long venture to develop educational materials and services for the mold industry. I was able to connect them with a few of my contacts in the industry. Since then, I’ve watched their progress over the past year and I’m really looking forward to seeing what they’re able to do!
The Solutions To Mold Book
Take a look at this introduction to the book here:
By the way, yours truly was able to make a small contribution to the book! Keep an eye out for the book to become available and be sure to take a look at my short chapter.
Pulling Together The Industry
Another project that CSE Plus is tackling is the rather formidable (and important) work of developing a “Contractor Association” of folks who provide service to those fighting mold. If you have had a great experience with a contractor or you are a contractor that would like to be considered for the association, leave a comment – the folks at CSE Plus are watching the post and will get in contact with you.
Mold is form in a wet place. If have already formed then to remove it use vacuum cleaners to remove water form carpets, floors, corners and hidden places or scrubbing with water and detergent.