Points to Ponder
Who will design your healthy house?
-January 23rd, 2015
It is the designer’s responsibility to put enough information on paper in the form of drawings, notes, and written specifications so that the builder will know precisely how to proceed. The individual who does this could be an architect licensed...
-January 5th, 2015
Anything airborne that is now living, was once living, or was produced by something alive, and has the capacity to create negative health effects, is considered to be a biological contaminant. Therefore, bacteria, viruses, dust-mite body fragments and feces, mold,...
Making a case for less chemistry in cleaning...
-November 22nd, 2014
One Idaho-based cleaning service makes this interesting comment: "OSHA's Hazard Communications Standard (HCS) covers some 650,000 hazardous chemical products found in over three million establishments..."
Since the impact of these chemicals when mixed in the environment cannot be predicted, avoiding unneeded...
A colorless, odorless gas released in exhaled breath, or by combustion processes.
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