Illawarra tenants, landlords are fighting over mould in rentals

Desiree Savage
Updated August 23 2021 - 3:13pm, first published August 22 2021 - 1:10pm
RISKY BUSINESS: Dr Tim Law says building regulations need to change around mould remediation and adequate ventilation as homes can be breeding ground for hazardous black mould. Pictures: Supplied
RISKY BUSINESS: Dr Tim Law says building regulations need to change around mould remediation and adequate ventilation as homes can be breeding ground for hazardous black mould. Pictures: Supplied

Tenants and landlords across the Illawarra are butting heads over a contentious issue that is leaving adults, children and babies with a range of serious health issues, some permanently scarred.

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Desiree Savage

Desiree Savage

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