IAQA New Jersey Chapter

IAQA Trenton Chapter Workshop - Princeton, NJ (February 20, 2013)

  • 02/20/2013
  • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Salt Creek Grille, One Rockingham Row, Princeton Forrestal Village, Princeton, NJ 08540, Phone: (609) 419-4200

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Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) Issues Related to Hurricane Sandy - Mold, Lead, Asbestos and Others
Hurricane Sandy devastated costal area and affected millions of people in the east coast. On the behalf of IAQA Trenton Chapter, we wish those who are affected by Hurricane Sandy can get help that they need and return their lives to normal as soon as possible. We have complied a list of available online information and post them on our website (www.IAQA-NJ.org) for our members and the public.

 

Workshop Discussion
There has been a lot of activities going on after our initial effort to provide online information to our members and the public. We would like to ask IAQA members and friends to report on those activities and have discussions on what we have learned and what we can do to help the recovery efforts.

Topics:

(1) New New Jersey bill (A-1588) on mold inspection and remediation

http://www.politickernj.com/

"The bill (A-1588) would require the state Department of Community Affairs (DCA) in consultation with the state Department of Health and Senior Services to establish standards for exposure limits to mold in residential buildings, and procedures for the inspection, identification, and evaluation of the interior of residential buildings for mold."

(2) Drying housing structure in winter time

(3) Application of biocide

(4) Public education

(5) Health effects

(6) Improper mold removal

 

Call for Presentations and Photo-sharing
We are STILL looking for consultants and contractors who have been working in Hurricane Sandy disaster area to present for 15 to 45 minutes on their findings with or or without recommendations on additional proper actions. Please email a short proposal to Dr. Wei Tang at wtang@qlabusa.com.

Presenters:

Dr. Elissa Favata

Dr. Richard Lynch (tentative)

Dr. Kenneth Balbi (tentative)

Mike McGuinness

Tom Vaccara

Judy Lerner

Steve Temes

Joe Murphy

 

Networking and Referrals

Consultants and contractors from the surrounding states of New Jersey and New York are encouraged to come to network with local professionals for possible future referrals.

 

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