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Toxic Dust And Germs

Updated on September 10, 2016

Air pollution

Toxic Dust And Germs
Toxic Dust And Germs

Protecting The Environment

The dust you raise in your home can harm people who are not even close to the work. For the protection of your neighbors, and to make the work go more efficiently as well, use a covered chute when tossing debris from second and third story windows.

Change your clothes and wash up before you rejoin your family so you don't expose them to toxic dust and germs. Be aware that babies, children, and older people are especially susceptible to airborne germs and dust particles. Try to keep them away from demolition areas. If you cannot, at least keep them away while dust is in the air and only allow them in when after you have cleaned the area. Pregnant women should avoid demolition dust.

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