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Former dealer helps clean up meth house

BOISE, ID — A pastor with an unexpected connection to a house listed as "do not occupy," helps rejuvenate the building after a methamphetamine (meth) bust.
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Paul Davis Emergency Services expands

LEBANON, NH — Paul Davis Emergency Services has expanded its business with service in Central New Hampshire and Vermont.
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Don't forget the bottoms

FREMONT, OH — Entry mats, which should be installed at all commercial facilities, are typically vacuumed on a regular basis; the cleaner a mat is, the more effective it will be at preventing dust, grit and soils from entering your facility.
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Wednesday's Ask the Experts: Reasonable rates

JanSan expert answers to the toughest questions from inquiring industry professionals.
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Mold could shut down city hall

UNION GAP, WA — City officials must consider shutting down City Hall after high concentrations of mold were found in several areas of the building.
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Friday's Ask the Experts: Cleaning audit

JanSan expert answers to the toughest questions from inquiring industry professionals.
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Sheriff warns of dishonest duct cleaners

SEBRING, FL — The Sebring Sheriff’s Office is warning residents of a potential scam involving an air duct cleaning company doing business as Environmental Cleaning Services.
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University sits on mold discovery

GLASSBORO, NJ — Rowan University officials failed to come forward about a report that mold was found in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems of 109 of 113 student townhouses.
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Town hall taking bids on mold removal

NEW DURHAM, NH — The town of New Durham has begun to receive bids for work removing mold from the historic Town Hall basement and replace an area of wall board with new material better suited to moist environments.
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Active mold growth confirmed

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ — Two air quality companies have confirmed the presence of active mold growth in Elementary School No. 2.
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