Advanced Cladosporium mould growth in a UK home attic.
mushroom growing indoors next to a window and on a wall because of
water intrusion problems in this United Kingdom rental flat.
Heavy rain and flooding in
the United Kingdom is a contributing factor to the high mould growth
found in many UK homes and other buildings.
Mould mushrooms growing out of the wall and carpeting in a UK flat.
United Kingdom Information and Help for Toxic Black Mould and
volatile organic compounds (VOC) Inspection, Testing, Remediation,
Since 2004 Mould has been classed as a Category 1 risk to health as
assessed under the UK Housing Health and Safety Rating System 2006 (HHSRS)
and that is the same class as asbestos.
Landlords, councils and housing associations are legally bound to
clear any outbreak under section 11 of the UK Landlord and Tenant
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Black Mould and its Toxic
Effects on Human Health
Fungi, mildew and mould (mould) diseases
are not new problems.
Mould contamination, mould damage,
and mould infestation have always been threats to people, animals,
and plants. Even in the Bible
13 and 14, there is a mention of a plague, which is also known as
mould: "Watch the plague (mould) and if the plague spreads, the
unclean item or property must be removed and destroyed."
Stachybotrys chartarum, the
infamous disease-causing mould nicknamed "toxic black mould", was
first identified and described by a scientist from wallpaper
collected in a home in Prague in 1837. The toxic effects of
Stachybotrys have been reported as early as the 1920s. This
mould can cause severe, permanent brain damage similar to the
effects of Alzheimer's Disease.
Stachybotrys mould is present in a quarter of
The top 100 mould illnesses are
Moulds can grow on almost any celluose substance (such as paper,
wood, gypsum board) as long as the surface is humid and/or wet.
Some people are more sensitive to mould exposure. For these people,
living or working in mould infestation can become permanent health
afflictions, allergies, sinusitis, or in worse cases, cancer (from
Aspergillus mould) and even death (Stachybotrys mould). Individuals
with serious allergies to moulds may have more severe reactions such
as fever and shortness of breath. People with chronic illnesses,
such as obstructive lung disease, may develop mould infections in
Exposure to moulds can cause symptoms such as nasal stuffiness, eye
irritation, wheezing, runny noses, eye irritation, congestions,
asthma aggravation, severe headaches, dizziness and fatigue. More
severe symptoms may involve profusely bloody runny noses, the
coughing up of blood, severe headaches, fibrous growth in the lungs,
cognitive dysfunction and loss of memory.
Based on these and more other dramatic cases, moulds are potentially
dangerous and cannot be ignored. They must be removed as soon as
they are discovered. If tenants or homeowners experience mould
problems, it is the responsibility of their landlord or adjuster to
include cleaning and removal of any mould problems, before further
damages can occur.
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