University of Georgia Completes Dorm Cleanings After Health Complaints

The University of Georgia says it has completed deep cleanings and maintenance of its 22 student housing complexes after a groundswell of complaints in recent months from students and parents about mold and other pollutants.

The school said it also hired an outside contractor who conducted 138 air quality tests and reported three results showing above average spore levels at two residence halls on campus.

“University Housing has remediated the mold found from these tests and will continue to conduct additional tests to update readings,” the university said Wednesday. “Results from additional air quality testing are expected later this month and will be analyzed to determine if further action is needed.”

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