Tuesday, July 25, 2006

FEMA Federal Emergency Managment Agency or Firey Eruptions Making Acidrain?



Are FEMA trailers ‘toxic tin cans’? - Hurricane Watch - MSNBC.com

The gas is formaldehyde, the airborne form of a chemical used in a wide variety of products, including composite wood and plywood panels in the thousands of travel trailers that the Federal Emergency Management Agency purchased after Katrina to house hurricane victims. It also is considered a human carcinogen, or cancer-causing substance, by the International Agency for Research on Cancer and a probable human carcinogen by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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