Mold is a serious problem which threatens the well-being of both collections and staff. Preventative maintenance and a good disaster plan are the most effective way of handling mold. However, unforeseen circumstances can infect a library; in which case, librarians must be able to recognize and treat the problem immediately. Finances can affect the manner in which the mold is cleaned. Librarians need to be aware of a variety of options open to them, as well as, a variety of resources upon whom to call in the event of a breakout. A low budget process is presented as an alternative to professional remediation services.
Lane, Mary S.
"An Unhealthy Case of Mold,"
The Christian Librarian: Vol. 50:
2, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/vol50/iss2/7