ROSWELL, NM — Efforts to remediate mold in Goddard High School following a recommendation by the New Mexico Department of Health in January have been a success, according to KDBC-TV.
The school is urged to regularly test the air quality in the school to ensure that mold spores do not return and once again pose a potential risk to the health of students and staff, the story stated.
Tests performed earlier this year found mold concentrations as high as 19,000 spores per cubic meter, the story noted.
Because of the extent of mold contamination that was present, parents of Goddard students called for more testing of the school''s heating and cooling system, ceiling and floor materials, the story added.
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