ICS Magazine

Mold, Remediation Draws Great Interest

June 28, 2000
Students pay close attention to the presentation during Dri-Eaz's Mold and Sewage Remediation Training course.

More than 40 restoration professionals and contractors from North America recently learned how to locate and safely deal with mold and sewage in residential and commercial buildings during a three-day course held at Dri-Eaz’s Center for Advanced Restorative Drying facility.

Led by Jim Holland and John Banta of Restoration Consultants, the coursework included: an overview of microbiology; techniques to safely search for mold and sewage damage; effective ways of returning structures to pre-loss conditions; slide presentation of real-life cases; pressurization and air movement; building and structural considerations; accepted procedural standards, including IICRC standards; and documentation.

To attend the Sept. 7-9, 2000 Mold and Remediation Training course, call Dri-Eaz at (800) 932-3030, or visit the company’s web site at www.dri-eaz.com.