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Is Mold Making My Family Sick?

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  • Mold discovered in Probate Court office - Spartanburg Herald Journal July 14, 2017
    Mold discovered in Probate Court officeSpartanburg Herald JournalBlackley said the Magistrate Court criminal division and the Master-in-Equity Court have reopened after temporarily closing following April reports the found elevated levels of penicillium/aspergillus mold spores and stachybotrys mold. ServPro worked ...
  • Mold found at two Spartanburg County buildings - Spartanburg Herald Journal June 28, 2017
    Mold found at two Spartanburg County buildingsSpartanburg Herald JournalTesting conducted by ECS Southeast on June 19 found elevated levels of penicillium/aspergillus mold spores and stachybotrys mold inside the Department of Juvenile Justice building at 200 Library St. Stachybotrys mold can cause nasal, eye and skin ...

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