Radon leaks into homes through walls, floors, and water. Lung cancer Acceptable, because the risk of indoor air pollution of radon is low Seal racks Build vent system. Not applicable Mold Molds produce tiny spores to reproduce. Mold spores come through indoor and outdoor air continually. Once mold spores land on a damp surface they grow and digesting whatever they are growing on in order to survive. Nasal stuffiness Eye irritation Skin irritation, Fever Shortness of breath.
Obstructive lung disease Mold infection in lungs Acceptable, the only mold that is found in the house, tends to be the toilet, which I clean every other day Control air moisture Dry water damaged areas within 24 hours to prevent mold growth Fix leaky plumbing Formaldehyde Colorless, flammable gas at room temperature. Found in resins used in manufacture of composite wood products, building materials, insulation, glues, paints, paper products, fertilizer, pesticides, and preservatives used in some medications, cosmetics, cigarette smoke, fuel burning appliances, etc.
It is a byproduct of combustion and other natural processes. Skin irritation Nose irritation Throat irritation High levels of exposure cause many types of cancers Acceptable, do not use many of the products that contain formaldehyde. Really only use cosmetics Emission standards for composite wood products fatwood plywood Composites of wood fiber Composites Of polypropylene thermoplastics dad Lead is a natural element found in small amounts in the earth’s crust.
It can be found in the air, water, soil, and in homes. Exposure is from the use of fossil fuel (leaded gasoline), and lead based paint In Children: Learning/ behavior problems Slowed growth Hearing problems Anemia Adults: Increased blood pressure Decrease kidney function Reproductive problems (men and female) Acceptable, because there is more use of lead free products. The paint that has been used to update my work and home are safe.
Inspect/ maintain all painted surfaces Prevent paint deterioration Keep home dust free Clean debris from screens Lead free products Steel Iron Bismuth Grain tie Ceramic Asbestos A mineral fiber that occurs in rock and soil. It can be found in construction materials (roofing, shingles, tiles, etc), friction products (clutch, brake, and transmission parts), heat resistant fabric, packaging, gaskets and coatings. Mesopotamia Asbestosis Acceptable because the newer houses have to be inspected and checked Many uses have been banned Extensive regulation controlling identification, removal, and disposal
Environmental Asbestos Solutions Polyurethane foams Four fillers Cellulose fiber Thermoses plastic flour Amorphous silica fabrics Pesticides Substance or mixture that prevents, destroys, and repels any pest Can be found in bug sprays, rodent poison, disinfectants, sanitize, weed killers, and some pool chemicals. Depends on type of pesticide Affect nervous system Skin irritation Affect endocrine system in body Acceptable, only use a little, which is during the summer to keep mosquitoes away. We use, used coffee grounds to kill ants and little bugs Reduced risk pesticide program Seal small cracks
Store food items in air tight containers Store fruit/vegetable in refrigerator Reduce use of chemical pesticides Natural pest predators/ parasites Crop rotation Mice traps without chemicals Sodium Hypochlorite Chemical compound, found in disinfectants, main ingredient in laundry bleach, cleaning solutions, disinfectants for drinking water, wastewater and swimming pools Skin irritation Burn eyes Lung irritation Shortness of Breath Headache, dizziness, nausea Vomiting Cause cancer Affect reproduction Bronchitis Not acceptable use cleaners every day that contains this chemical, in my house and at work round children.
It seems it can be very dangerous refrain from using chemical cleaners that have sodium hypochlorite in the ingredients Hot water and antibacterial soap Vinegar when cleaning to kill germs phthalate Chemical found in plastic to make it more flexible, cosmetics, personal hygiene products, vinyl, plastic wrap, etc. May affect reproduction system in adults Acceptable use only a refillable glass bottle, I use very little plastic Avoid using soft plastics Use products stamped with recycling code , 2 or 5 Do not reheat food in plastics Latex Rubber Glass