Home Safety Tests
To Consider
Mold & Mildew
Water Pollution
Air Pollution
Air Duct Cleaning
Asbestos Hazards
Carbon Monoxide
Radon Gas
Lead Poisoning
About Us
Contact Us
Home Page


Congressman John Conyers, Jr. Introduces
H.R. 1268: The United States Toxic Mold Safety
and Protection Act ("The Melina Bill")

The growth of "toxic mold" is becoming a problem of monumental proportions. Exposure to mold growth in residential, public and commercial buildings is believed to have caused serious medical conditions which include bleeding lungs, digestive problems, hair loss, nausea, loss of memory, reduced cognitive skills, and death. Property damage from mold growth has destroyed millions of dollars in real estate and forced homeowners to the curb. We cannot eliminate mold. However, there are steps that can be taken to minimize the dangers of indoor mold growth.

The United States Toxic Mold Safety and Protection Act will mandate comprehensive research into mold growth, create programs to educate the public about the dangers of toxic mold, and provide assistance to victims. In addition, the Act will generate guidelines for preventing indoor mold growth, establish standards for removing mold when it does grow, provide grants for mold removal in public buildings, authorize tax credits for inspection and/or remediation of mold hazards, and create a national insurance program to protect homeowners from catastrophic losses. Taken as a whole, the Toxic Mold Safety and Protection Act will attack indoor mold growth with good science, public awareness, and tangible relief.

Home ownership is part of the American Dream, but for many toxic mold has transformed that dream into a nightmare. It’s time to stop toxic mold from robbing Americans of their health and their homes. If you are concerned about the hazards of mold contact your congressional representative and ask them to cosponsor and/or support the United States Toxic Mold Safety and Protection Act.

Click Here To View Full Text Of The Bill

Certified Mold Inspectors
Alamo, CA (925) 946-2500
License # 020952

Copyright 2004-2005
Home Safety Inspections
All Rights Reserved.

Any written materials contained on this site which bear the name(s)
of any other organizationare the exclusive property of that organization(s).