A Boomer Lifestyle Blog

Sunday, April 10, 2011

It's been a few years now after hurricane Katrina wrecked havoc along the Gulf Coast, but some lingering concerns are still alive. FEMA, in their efforts to provide temporary housing, purchased over 2.5 billion dollars worth of travel trailers and mobile homes. These trailers were quickly built and put into service. Later, after some time in these "temporary" structures, some people began to experience some ill-heath effects. Air quality monitoring found that elevated levels of formaldehyde were present in some of these trailers.

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