SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – Mold has been found in the Spartanburg County Courthouse, after J-Mac Environmental LLC said they were finished with the clean-up.
J-Mac spent months cleaning up non-toxic mold on all levels of the courthouse, found behind wallpaper.
County Council agreed to pay up to $300,000 on remediation.
On Friday, behind wallpaper on the 1st floor, county employees found mold. Air Quality specialists tested the air today and J-Mac will clean up the mold this weekend.
County Council admits they are working on a long term solution, because it’s possible the mold could come back.
Clerk of Court Hope Blackley, says initial reports form OSHA show no toxins in the air or chemicals from the clean-ups.
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