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Mold problem

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Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 18:21:48
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NEWSLETTER 01-2002 from MOLDPROBLEM.com 
  

MOLD AND LEAKS ARE DISCOVERED IN NEW BUILDINGS. 
Mold is showing up and causing problems in new homes/buildings with leaking
copper pipes as well as older homes/buildings with leaking galvanized
steel pipes. Our web site www.moldproblem.com has the latest information,
news articles, regulations, and much more information about mold and its hazards. 
You can find information of cleanup procedures, links to plumbers and cleanup 
contractors, find out how to get testing done and much
more. 

Plumbers advertising copper pipe replacement jobs need to be aware of the fact 
that copper pipes can break and leak after only a few years of use. Reports of 
leaking copper pipes that are only 2-10 years old is alarming
the public since 
it has been assumed that copper pipes can't leak as easy as galvanized steel pipes. 
Is the copper pipes of low grade or is the water pH causing the pipes to leak 
prematurely? This discussion will continue.... For further information on 
Mold issues visit Moldproblem.com, 

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