In this, the ninth of an ongoing series, post, the staff at CleanerToday.com presents state-level specific resources for mold prevention and cleanup. Each of the following links are directed
to state government portals that may themselves contain additional links to information outside of the state systems, but each of those sources of additional information will have been approved by the state in question as valid, reputable, and reliable. Different states devote differing levels of resources to providing mold information to the citizens of their respective states. All reasonable attempts were made to locate state-specific resources sponsored by the respective state governments. We hope that our customers in the Pacific* Division find these resources useful and that when they find themselves in need of mold cleanup assistance that they will remember us here at CleanerToday.com.
State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services – Household Mold
American Samoa Government Department of Human and Social Services – No Specific Mold Information
California Department of Public Health – Mold and Dampness
California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Info Sheet Mold in My Home—What Do I Do?
California Department of Public Health – Statement on Building Dampness, Mold, and Health
Department of Public Health and Social Services – No Specific Mold Information
State of Hawaii Department of Public Health – How to Clean Mold from Your House
Northern Mariana Islands
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Department of Public Health – website not reliable
Oregon Health Authority – Mold in Your Home
Washington State Department of Health – Mold
Washington State Department of Health – Renters, Landlords, and Mold
*Please note that the division names and states located in such divisions are as determined by the United States Census Bureau and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the staff at CleanerToday.com
American Samoa, Guam, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands are not part of the Pacific Division of the United States Census Bureau but we have included mold resources relevant to those areas as a courtesy to our customers in those locations.