California enacted the Toxic Mold Protection Act of 2001 (SB 732), which addresses exposure limits and remediation.
What does TMPA stand for?
TMPA stands for Toxic Mold Protection Act of 2001
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We have 8 other meanings of TMPA in our Acronym Attic
- Tamil Nadu Medical Practitioners' Association
- Telecommunications Project Management Association
- Temps Moyen Passé en Appel
- Terminal de Muy Pequeña Abertura
- Texas Medical Power of Attorney
- Texas Municipal Police Association
- Texas Municipal Power Agency
- Texture and Modeling, a Procedural Approach (book by D. S. Ebert)
- Total Mycophenolic Acid
- Tower-Mounted Pre-Amplifiers (mobile/cellular technology)
- Traffic Management Program Alerts (US FAA)
- Transdermal Microprojection Array
- Treponemal Membrane Protein A
- Trimethyl-Phosphoric Acid
- Turkish Maritime Pilots' Association
- Target Markets Program Administrators Association
- That Man Peter Berlin (documentary)
- TetraMethyl Bisphenol-A PolyCarbonate
- The Malta Press Club
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In California, the indoor mold threat led to the passage of the Toxic Mold Protection Act of 2001, which charges the state Department of Health Services with developing permissible exposure limits and other guidelines for testing and clean-up.
Gray Davis signed the Toxic Mold Protection Act of 2001, requiring the California State Department of Health Services to convene a task force to develop permissible exposure limits to mold, assess the health threat posed by the presence of molds and set standards for assessment, identification and remediation of mold.