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After the Fire - Indoor Environmental Concerns

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Uploaded on May 31, 2011

Following a wildfire, or a fire in a home or business, the property owners and tenants are often faced with not only rebuilding their lives, but also protecting their health. Properties directly impacted by a fire, and often times surrounding properties, may require extensive repair and reconstruction. Many of these same properties may also face environmental issues related to smoke infiltration and residues and water damage and microbial growth from fire suppression efforts. Rebuilding efforts can also release asbestos fibers and lead dust in older properties that have lead-based paints and building materials that contain asbestos.

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