Bergen, NJ (PRWEB) April 25, 2013
Many of Hurricane Sandy victims in Little Ferry and Moonachie in Bergen County in New Jersey still struggle to get past the aftermath of the disaster. And based on an April 24, 2013 report from nj.com, one major reason for that struggle is mold. In response to that, My Cleaning Products suggested the use of Molderizer and Safe Shield. And to prove that it could truly help the residents, it decided to give out samples of those mold removal products.
According to the report, even after six months since Hurricane Sandy happened, hundreds of homes in the said two communities were still in need of repair to be safely inhabited again, My Cleaning Products shared. But besides the structural damages, it stated that mold was also a big problem for the residents. Some of them even tried to get rid of it with bleach, it related.
To help the residents with their mold problem, MCP recounted, as the report stated, that Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund granted the Bergen County Storm Recovery Volunteer Center financial assistance. It detailed that the monetary support includes $400, 000 for mold remediation and another $200,000 for other rebuilding expenses.
Below is a part of the post Mold Bars Complete Sandy Recovery by My Cleaning Products.
“Six months after Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast, its victims still struggle. And that's no thanks to the mold that either showed up or was discovered just recently.
Particularly, the communities of Little Ferry and Moonachie
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