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Mold Lawsuit Headed for Trail in Baltimore

The indoor air quality (IAQ) experts at Sussex Environmental Health Consultants identify and resolve mold contamination issues.

 
 
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PRLog - Jul. 25, 2011 - PEORIA, Ariz. -- Earlier this month, The Baltimore Sun announced in an article that a city court judge has ruled that a lawsuit concerning mold at the Harborview condominiums can go to trial.  The lawsuit was brought to court by a condominium owner who purchased a unit at the complex in 2009 for over $1 million.  He is suing the realty company and the 100 Harborview Drive Council of Unit Owners for $5 million claiming the defendants knew of water and mold problems, but that he was never informed.

Elevated concentrations of mold in indoor environments can cause a host of medical conditions ranging from allergies to deadly fungal infections.  According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, “Moisture control is the key to mold control.  Molds need both food and water to survive; since molds can digest most things, water is the factor that limits mold growth. Molds will often grow in damp or wet areas indoors. Common sites for indoor mold growth include bathroom tile, basement walls, areas around windows where moisture condenses, and near leaky water fountains or sinks. Common sources or causes of water or moisture problems include roof leaks, deferred maintenance, condensation associated with high humidity or cold spots in the building, localized flooding due to plumbing failures or heavy rains, slow leaks in plumbing fixtures, and malfunction or poor design of humidification systems. Uncontrolled humidity can also be a source of moisture leading to mold growth, particularly in hot, humid climates.”

“Many cases of mold growth in indoor environments can be prevented,” reported Susan White, Ph.D., CMC, President of Sussex Environmental Health Consultants (SEHC), a Delaware based environmental consulting firm.  “Failure to disclose water damage and mold growth can lead to lawsuits such as what just happened in Baltimore. Fortunately there are companies, such as SEHC, that specialize in identifying potential sources of mold and poor IAQ and also resolving cases when they do occur.”

To learn more about SEHC’s IAQ, environmental, or health and safety services, please visit http://www.sussexenvironmental.com, email susan.white@mchsi.com or call (302) 947-1810.

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About Sussex Environmental Health Consultants, LLC
SEHC is a certified woman owned business that provides environmental and health and safety consulting services. The company is located in the Mid-Atlantic and services customers nationwide. SEHC provides solutions to clients ranging from homeowners to international Fortune 500 corporations.

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