RE: Purifying air of formaldehyde
|From:||Pam Marcum <email@example.com>|
I realize this has nothing to do with the current e-mail however, for the
last several hours I have been getting repeat e-mail from several days ago.
Is there a problem with the server repeating or is this Ground Hog Day.
Please don't let Friday be Ground Hog Day, I want to go home. Pam Marcum
From: ANATECH LTD [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, November 09, 2000 2:06 PM
Subject: Purifying air of formaldehyde
Joseph Nocito asked about a tabletop air purification device that
would reduce formaldehyde vapors. While I do not know of a source
for such equipment, I thought it was worthwlile to mention that
purifying the air after you have had a chance to breathe it is not in
the best interests of safety. Tackle the problem at its source,
either by containing the emissions within a hood, or by eliminating
the source altogether.
Richard W. Dapson, Ph.D.
Battle Creek, MI
Web address: anatechltdusa.com
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