FAIRFIELD, CT — Mold that was found in the Library-Media Center and a second-grade classroom at Riverfield Elementary School has been professionally cleaned, according to the Fairfield Minuteman.
The school is awaiting test results from Fuss and O''Neill Enviroscience to confirm the mold has been remediated and no potential health hazards exist, the story stated.
The mold was cleaned while the school was closed for spring break by Steamatic, a franchise that specializes in cleaning after fire, flood or mold damage, the story noted.
Though initial tests showed only low levels of mold, the school chose to err on the side of caution and take care of the matter before it became problematic, the story added.
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