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Hazards and Their Sources

Hazards and Their Sources


mold spores from plants and leaks along the baseboard and carpet when it rained

dust mites (parts and scat) from book shelves and carpet

gases and tiny particles from chemicals in cleaning products used on tables

gases in the air from dirty filter

dust particles from the copy machine

gases and tiny particles

gases from the chemicals from perfumes

gases from formaldehyde from carpet, storage cabinet and walls

gases from the ink in books, magazines and newspapers

ToxRAP Map

Toxicology, Risk Assessment & Pollution

ToxRAP Map


Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute,
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey;
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; and
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

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