Kabi Mondai
Japanese Mould Problems & Questions
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Japan Mold & Environmental Inspection, Testing,

Removal, Remediation, & Prevention Services

Hire mold and environmental experts Phillip Fry and Divine Fry of EnviroFry Upkeep Masters, LLC,  for the mold and environmental inspection and remediation of your Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo, Kobe, Kyoto, Fukuoka,
Kawasaki, Hiroshima or other Japan flat, house, office, workplace, store, or other building.


For the inspection, testing, and remediation of major mold and environmental problems, Phillip and Divine are willing to fly to Japan from the USA.
Phillip and Divine Fry are both Certified Mold Inspectors, Certified Mold Remediators, Certified Environmental Hygienists, and Professional Industrial Hygienists. Mr. Fry is the author of five mold advice ebooks: Mold Health Guide; Mold Legal Guide; Mold Monsters;
 
Do It Best Yourself Mold Inspection, Testing, Remediation, and Prevention; and Mold  Home Remedy Recipes.  
 
Mr. Fry has over 15 years experience in mold and environmental inspection and remediation, and he has been the webmaster of the internet’s most prominent mold advice website
Mold Inspector since 1999. Phillip and Divine are the co-managers of EnviroFry, a world leader in environmental inspection and testing.

Phillip and Divine Fry are also the training instructors for Ecology College Online, which trains and certifies Certified Mold Inspectors, Certified Mold Remediators, and Certified Environmental Hygienists worldwide. They can also teach in person training and certification classes in Japan for Japan residents and companies who wish to be trained and certified.
 
Contact them by
email at  
phil@moldinspector.com, Phone 1-810-639-0523 (USA) or cell phone 480-310-7970 (USA)





Please read our Japanese mold questions and answers.

Online Mould Training in Japan
for Certified Mould Inspector and Certified Mould Remediator

   Be trained and certified online in Japan by the Environmental Hygienists Association as a Certified Mould Inspector or Certified Mould Remediator in just two weeks of diligent study! Mould training and certification is especially helpful to general contractors, plumbing contractors, heating/cooling (HVAC) contractors, remodeling and repair companies, water damage restoration companies and home builders so that they can better serve their clients by being able to recognize, inspect, test, remove, remediate, and prevent toxic mould problems that can be hidden inside walls, ceilings, floors, attics, basements, crawl spaces, and HVAC equipment and ducts. For more information, please visit www.ecology-college.com, or email training director Phillip Fry phil@moldinspector.com, or phone
1-810-639-0523
(USA) or cell 1-480-310-7970.

 

Do Your Own Home & Building Mold Inspection and Mold Testing
anywhere in Japan with EnviroFry™
Mold Test Kits
 
If you have questions about the use of mold test kits, please email Phillip Fry, Certified Environmental Hygienist,
at
phil@moldinspector.com, or phone 1-810-639-0523 (USA) or cell 1-480-310-7970 (USA).   FREE Mold Advice Hotline

Learn how to do your own mold testing with Scotch tape lift tape sampling
 

                     Dampness and Inadequate Ventilation are Two Causes of Microbial Pollution
From the World Health Organization in its report WHO Guidelines for Indoor Air Quality: Dampness and Mould, published July 16, 2009

The presence of many biological agents in indoor environ0ments is attributable to dampness and inadequate ventilation. Excess moisture on almost all indoor materials leads to growth of microbes, such as mould, fungi and bacteria, which subsequently emit spores, cells, fragments and volatile organic compounds into indoor air. Moreover, dampness initiates chemical or biological degradation of  materials, which also pollute indoor air. Dampness has therefore been suggested to be strong, consistent indicator of risk of asthma and respiratory symptoms (e.g. cough and wheeze). The health risks of biological contaminants of indoor air could thus be addressed by considering dampness as the risk indicator. Several widely acknowledged global trends contribute to the conditions associated with increased exposure to dampness and mould:

energy conservation measures that are not properly implemented (tightened building envelopes, ventilation deficits, improper insulation);
urbanization (migration, building type and density, urban degradation, housing availability and social inequity);
climate change (increasing frequency of extreme weather conditions, shifting of climate zones); and
the quality and globalization of building materials and components, construction concepts and techniques.

These conditions increase the risks of adverse health effects due to biological
contaminants of indoor air.

Airborne Mold Spores (colony-forming units)

The airborne concentrations of viable fungi in indoor environments are usually in the order of a few to several thousand colony-forming units (CFUs) per cubic metre of air. In a given space, concentrations of fungi are highly variable and depend on such factors as: climate and season, type of fungus, construction, age and use of the building, and ventilation rate. They also depend largely on the sampling and analytical methods used, making valid comparisons between studies difficult. ------from the World Health Organization in its report WHO Guidelines for Indoor Air Quality: Dampness and Mould, published July 16, 2009

Kabi Mondai: Do you have a mould question or problem about Japanese mould growth, mould inspection, mould testing, and/or mould removal and remediation? Please email your question in English to Phillip Fry at phil@moldinspector.com, or phone  USA 1-810-639-0523 or 1-480-310-7970.. Fry is an  international mould expert, who is available for mould inspection and testing services through out Japan.   FREE Mold Advice Hotline

Kabi Bijinesusuku-ru: Do you want to be trained and certified as a Certified Mould Inspector and Certified Mould Remediator  and Certified Environmental Hygienist to become a mould professional in Japan? Attend our mould training school in Malaysia, or be trained and certified in your home or office in Japan with our Study Mould at Home distance learning program. For more information, email training director Phillip Fry and/or visit Ecology College Online.

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