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The aerosolized dust generated by vacuums contains bacteria and mold that could have harmful effects for infants, people with allergies and those with compromised immunity.
A 19-year UA study shows that the end product of municipally treated wastewater is generally free of any pathogenic organisms that might harm humans or the environment.
TAMPA, Fla., July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- 1-800-GOT-MOLD?Â® today announced its first training class for new franchisees, beginning Aug. 9th at the company's new headquarters in Tampa.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo., April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- It first began as an idea to fight airborne germs and bacteria in hospitals and healthcare settings, and in fact, Accents in Water remains the only Hospital-Approved, clinically tested water features available in the world today.
By Harrison, Ellen Z LITERATURE REVEIW There have been significant contributions to the literature on composting operations in the past decade. Most address on-site investigations relevant to worker health.
By Pillai, Suresh D ABSTRACT: Bioaerosols are a vehicle for the dissemination of human and animal pathogens. Because of land-filling costs and the ban on ocean dumping of municipal biosolids, land application of biosolids and animal manure is increasing all over the globe.
A team of engineers from Washington University in St. Louis and the University of Colorado at Boulder has removed bioaerosols â€” airborne biological particulate matter â€” from the air of a hospital therapy pool using a new generation of hybrid filters.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.