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Post Mould Remediation Clearance Testing

Post-mould remediation clearance testing is an essential process conducted after mould remediation (the removal of mould contamination) to ensure that the remediation efforts have been successful and that the environment is safe for occupancy. This testing verifies that mould levels have been reduced to acceptable levels and that the measures taken to eliminate mould have been effective

Surface samples (e.g., swabs or tape lifts) may be collected from cleaned areas to check for any remaining mould spores or fragments.

Air samples are taken from the remediated area and sometimes from outside the area for comparison. These samples are analysed to determine the concentration of mould spores in the air.

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