Frequently Asked Questions
TM-100 is a bio-technology that is a non-toxic organic compound formula used to remediate mold growing on surfaces, eliminate VOC’s and safely sanitize the air in our homes or work place. Our proprietary blend of enzymes became the only product to receive the prestigious Mold-Help Seal of Approval. A volatile organic compound (VOC) test performed by Massachusetts State OSHA showed the product to be safe during and after application. The five enzymes used in the formulation are all on the FDA’s GRAS (Generally Regarded as Safe) list.
Manufactured chemical products will kill mold. However, this usually does not destroy the toxic metabolites produced by mold and often introduce their own chemical compounds into the environment, increasing the concentration of toxic properties even after the mold is killed. Most products used in remediation are registered with the EPA under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide ACT (FIFRA). Pesticides or biocides were created to kill. Many of these products have high toxicity and poor efficacy on eliminating mycotoxins produced by mold. Bioremediation uses micros and purified enzymes that metabolize mold and degradate mycotoxins into harmless compounds. Bioremediation methods were developed cleaning up Petro chemical oil spills in soil and protecting our food from mycotoxin contamination in agriculture. It is a safer and more effective system for eliminating mold and returning the environment back to its natural state.
Bioremediation is any process that uses microorganisms or purified enzymes to remove contaminants and return the environment to its natural state.
Yes, it is required to obtain 14 CEU credits biennially to maintain certification. AMMA Certified professionals can take the basic refresher course to receive all 14 credits or take other offerings through the organization. State licensed practitioners can fulfill their state licensing CEU requirements from other state approved providers depending on their state requirements.
This is a 16 hr course and provides 14 CEU credits to already licensed professionals in the state of Florida.
This depends upon which method of licensure for which you are applying: initial licensure by examination, endorsement or grandfathering (ended March 1, 2011). Click here for more information.
No. The course is designed to prepare students for the state licensing exam. Exams are offered on-site upon completion of the basic mold certification course. Successfully passing the state exam you will then have to submit a state licensing application with the Department of Business & Professional Regulation (DBPR).
Professionals that meet the state requirements are permitted to challenge the exam without taking the course.
Our basic mold certification courses are designed to prepare our students to be proficient practitioners in all states as either a Mold Remediation or Mold Assessment professional. However, there are several states that require a state license to perform the work and may require prerequisites and a licensing exam. (Ex. FL, TX, LA, NY, DC) We advocate that you research your state requirements at your department of labor or department of business regulation.