After the Mold Rush – Solving Mold Problems, Henry Slack, EPA
Mr. Slack is an Environmental Engineer at the U.S. EPA and since 1991 has managed the Indoor Air Program for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Region 4, which covers eight southeastern states. Since a $32 million mold lawsuit in 1999, molds have been a big business! What does this mean to ASHRAE members? How can we respond to our customers whose employees are fearful of molds and their health effects? The U.S. EPA prepared common sense guidelines which suggest a simple message: stop the water that allows it to grow, and clean it up. The speaker will cover all guidelines for mold, including EPA’s recommendations, and discuss advantages and disadvantages of each.
See all details here: ASHRAE_Mar_2018_Full_Newsletter_Final.pdf
LOCATION - We will meet in a space provided by Calvary Chapel at 3415 Broad St, Chattanooga, TN 37409. Enter through the doors on the white building with a “YOUTH” sign on top. Parking is free. Lunch will be catered from the on-site restaurant per our normal setup for $20.
Please make your LUNCH RESERVATIONS with Trish as soon as possible (email firstname.lastname@example.org before Tuesday 5:00pm day ahead or call 423-619-8001). Note we are accepting credit card payments via the Square smart phone app and also online with PayPal.
Professional Development Certificates (1 hour) will be provided at the Lunch meeting.