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BACTERIA, MOLD WARNINGS FOR RESIDENTS AFFECTED BY FLOODING & SEWAGE CONTAMINATION

Hoboken, NJ experienced flash flooding on Sunday, May 31st 2015, which filled a number of streets with several inches of water, and caused raw sewage to overflow and debris to blanket the area. Forecasters are calling for heavy rains and flash floods through Tuesday night, and more damage is expected. Northwestern Hoboken is known to be flood-prone, apartment floodand storm water often causes the sewage system to overflow, and flood back into the city's streets - and unfortunately stores, homes, and apartments. These buildings are then exposed to bacteria, and if the.
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Seasonal Allergies or Mold Problem?

You may blame pollen, ragweed, and seasonal allergies for your sneezing, watery eyes, runny nose, and tickle in your throat. But for many allergy sufferers, mold may be playing a bigger role than you realize – especially if you had a water leak from an ice dam this winter. Now that temperatures have warmed up, people are finding that mold is growing inside their walls and ceilings where the leak was. However, in addition to roof leaks, there are a number of sources of household mold and mildew that may be causing allergies.

How can you tell the difference between.

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