File:FEMA - 44263 - Mold Remediation Awareness.jpg

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English: Nashville, TN, May 24, 2010 -- After flood waters recede, dangerous mold spores can begin to grow within 24 to 48 hours on a varity of household surfaces. FEMA and local health officials are providing mold remediation information to the public. Martin Grube/FEMA
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Author Martin Grube

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