Mold Law Washington
Revised Code of Washington § 59.1S.060
Requires landlords to provide tenants with written or posted information approved by the Department of Health about the health hazards of indoor mold and how to control mold growth to minimize health risks. The legislature appropriated $43,000 in fiscal year 2006 for the implementation of these mold provisions.
Revised Code of Washington §§ 70.164.010–.070
Establishes a low-income weatherization program, and defines weatherization services to include indoor air quality improvements and other health and safety improvements. Specifically establishes as one purpose of the program, the identification and correction, to the extent practical, of health and safety problems for residents of low-income households, including asbestos, lead, and mold hazards.