Recently conducted test reports confirmed the presence of mold in a Catholic school located in St. Louis County, Missouri, after which it was closed for 4 days.
The tests reports showed that Penicillium, Aspergillus or Cladosporium species were present in some classrooms as well as on the furniture, ceiling tiles and band instruments. Therefore, the Queen of All Saints Catholic School, situated on Christopher, Oakville area, was closed for an extensive cleaning from September 19 to September 24.
The cleaning process, including wiping of surfaces, spraying biocides to kill mold, cleaning of ducts and air handling units as well as discarding mold infested rugs, carpets and paper products, was successfully completed. After the cleaning process, post-cleaning tests were also conducted on Wednesday.