Members of the Air Force and those in the senate are concerned about some mold, just like you. The Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar may be infected with black mold, risking the health of our service members. It might be kind of hard to serve and protect when you are feeling some brain fog and tiredness due to exposure to Stachybotrys Chartarum, the scientific name for toxic black mold. The problem, according to some senators, is not that the alleged mold is there, it’s that people are aware of it and nothing has been done yet to remedy the problem.
The main problems, as reported by the military members who have been deployed the base, are the some parts of the roof are collapsing, and there is water and mildew in the walls, causing the mold growth. Some people there also fear that the water is contaminated, or at the very least, simply stale. Kelly Ayotte, a republican senator from New Hampshire, says that some of the soldiers there are starting to have symptoms from mold exposure. “I’m told this black mold is coming out of showers, it’s in the bathrooms, it’s in the curtains,” She told the Air Force Times.
However, the Air Force says that they are aware of some people getting sick from salmonella poisoning, but didn’t mention any mold toxicity. You can bet that the Air Force wishes they had a company like iMold in Qatar. We know that mold is nothing to joke about, and that it is important to deal with mold problems – especially toxic black mold right away. If you think you have black mold and are in the Fort Myers area, give us a call. Our lines are open 24/7 and we give free inspections and estimates for mold remediation services.
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