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Providers of mold remediation services in Florida face new licensing requirements, as the state has implemented legislation aimed at protecting citizens from unscrupulous business practices. All professionals desiring to conduct this type of service in Florida will need to be licensed by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) moving forward.

According to a press release by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), current IICRC registrants with AMRT certification that perform work in Florida are eligible to be grandfathered in with no additional certification needed, provided that they submit an application for a license to the DBPR by March 1, 2011 and meet additional requirements. Professionals interested in learning more about the stipulations related to grandfathering should visit the DBPR website and may download an application for licensure

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