Although there are many types of mould, all require suitable conditions to grow, including moisture and a food source. Assessment and identification of the cause prior to remediation works is important to prevent a reoccurrence of mould growth. Mould is ubiquitous and is considered an issue when levels are greater than what is normally present in any given environment. Assessment for remediation is the first step in rectifying mould contamination and damage. At the assessment stage a temporary containment will be installed to help in preventing contamination of unaffected areas. Removal of visual mould and treatment of affected areas is performed under a full negative air containment. Upon completion, all mould remediation work is independently checked by an Occupational Hygienist to ensure quality control and effectiveness of remediation.