Listen to Podcast with Dr. Tang Lee, Professor of Architecture: Mold, Health and What You Can Do about It

Listen to audio podcast on mold

Listen to audio podcast on mold

In this episode of Living in a Chemical Soup Podcast, I interviewed Dr. Tang Lee (U of C) about mold. We talked about prevention, clean-up, tips for renters and landlords, grow-ops, testing, symptoms of toxic mold exposure, and much more.

Does bleach work? You may be surprised.
What about machines that treat mold with UV radiation or ozone? Dr. Lee clears up how effective they are.

What about dead mold spores? Are they problematic?

Listen to 60 min episode here.

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4 Responses to Listen to Podcast with Dr. Tang Lee, Professor of Architecture: Mold, Health and What You Can Do about It

  1. Prairie Woman says:

    How can I contact Professor Lee ? Thanks.

  2. anthonia says:

    Hi, I live in Nigeria where we usually have water issues like flood and floors of Houses soaking up water. This makes it almost impossible to have houses without moulds. I ve been having issues with serious sinus and allergy problems. Only houses built within the last 4yrs in very high brow areas are guranteed to be mould free. The house I live in is over 15yrs old and the walls soak water when it rains. My children are sudddenly coming down with cold and allergy too often. What do I do? Seeing that my government doesnt yet see this as any danger to concern herself with.

  3. Auravie says:

    I usually do not drop many remarks, but i did a few
    searching and wound up here Listen to Podcast with
    Dr. Tang Lee, Professor of Architecture: Mold, Health and What You Can Do about
    It | Living in a Chemical Soup: Detox Your House. And I do have
    2 questions for you if you usually do not mind. Is it just me or does it seem like a few of these
    remarks look as if they are left by brain dead individuals?
    😛 And, if you are writing at other online social sites, I’d like to keep up with anything new you have to post. Could you list of the complete urls of your shared pages like your Facebook page, twitter feed, or linkedin profile?

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