Air Quality Sciences has released its new study on mold in homes, Air and Dust-borne Mycoflora in Houses Free of Water Damage and Fungal Growth. The report was conducted by AQS in 2002 for the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, and was based on data collected from 50 single family homes with no history of major water damage, in order to determine typical types and levels of molds found in homes in the southeastern United States. The study seeks to understand what is normal and typical, setting baselines against which to compare data from suspected problem homes.

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