Contaminated drywall imported from China has been found to emit sulfide vapors, impacting the air quality in tens of thousands of homes as well as in larger buildings. In this White Paper, AIHA summarizes the available science and identifies critical gaps in the current understanding of the problem that must be addressed. This report covers the means of recognizing the markers of corrosive dry wall (CDW) as well as the necessary information for remediation.
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