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Envirosurf™ Suggests Ten 2005 New Year’s Environmental Health Resolutions for Home and Work


Envirosurf™ Suggests Ten 2005 New Year’s Environmental Health Resolutions for Home and Work

Mabinay, Philippines---Envirosurf™, the global environmental search directory, suggests that homeowners, tenants, and employees make one or more of the following ten health-friendly 2005 New Year’s Environmental Health Resolutions.

”My 2005 New Year’s environmental health resolutions are that I will…”

1. Inspect my home and workplace roof, attic, siding, walls, ceilings, floors, basement, crawl space, and heating/cooling system carefully for any visible signs of water leaks, water damage, and or mold growth which can endanger my family or co-workers’ health.

2. Scan the floors and walls of my home and workplace bathroom, kitchen, laundry room, and utility room walls and floors with a low-cost hidden moisture meter to locate concealed water problems which can allow mold and bacteria to grow.

3. Make sure that my dryer vent, kitchen exhaust vent, and bathroom exhaust vent take the moist air directly to the outdoors and not into the attic, walls, or floors of my home or workplace [thus allowing hidden mold growth].

4. Test for mold in my home, apartment, car, and workplace by using mold test kits to document any elevated levels of airborne mold spores in room air, attic/basement/crawl space air, garage air, and the outward air flow from each heating/cooling duct register.

5. Run one or more high-capacity HEPA-filter air purifiers full-time in my bedroom, primary home living area, and workplace to vacuum out airborne mold spores and other airborne pollutants from the air I breathe.

6. Use do-it-myself water test kits to test my home and workplace drinking water for bacterial contamination, arsenic, and lead, regardless of whether the water is city-supplied or from a well or spring.

7. Benefit from available do-it-myself environmental test kits to check my older home or workplace for the possible presence of lead paint and/or asbestos contamination.

8. Check for elevated levels of radon gas exposure in my home or workplace basement and/or ground floor with do-it-myself radon tests.

9. Test with E. coli test kits my home and office computer keyboard, TV remote control, bathroom fixtures and surfaces, kitchen appliances and surfaces, and other surfaces for E. coli bacterial contamination.

10. Read environmental news and features to stay informed about environmental health threats and how to protect your family and co-workers from ecological risks.

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