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Answered: Can someone list 5-10 toxic substances (other than medicines) commonly

mothballs, copy machine toners, fax-machine ink cartridges,carbon monoxide,radon,pesticides,poisonous plants,lead coated toys,chlorine,dust from cat litter (contain crystalline silica)

Answered: What are the fire hazards in a zoo?

The fire hazards at a zoo are very similar to what people experience in their own homes. Fires can start in heating and electrical equipment due to mechanical failures, or from combustible materials placed too close to these ignition sources. Additional hazards include, but are not limited to ...

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Answered: Is it possible for compost to become toxic?

I was told that some compost can be too rich and concentrated that it could kill the plants if too much is used. For example, mushroom compost is one of those that need to be used in moderation. So if you mean toxic to plants, then yes compost can become toxic in the sense that it could kill the ...

Answered: Health hazards from pond scum

I think I would check with board of health on that one, I have no idea how far away you would have to be to be safe from anything airborne, that could be blown by the wind.
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What is the difference in a three bedroom home and a four bedroom home in

The prices for 3 bedroom start around $80,000, while for 4 bedroom they start around $120,000. The price per square foot might be comparable, because the 3 bedroom houses tend to be smaller. Prices will vary according to the schools, and how new the house is, and the location.

Caselaw toxic tort litigation TPI Petroleum INC

Toxic torts are approached in the same manner as common negligence torts. The four elements of tort law must be proven by the prosecution on the alternate side of TPI in order to actually move the case. The only thing that differentiates this type of tort is the presence of a toxic substance ...

What is the different between with eggs and brown eggs?

If you had a baby, what color would it be? I'm not a magician. I don't know your ethnicity. But I can safely assume that your kid is going to have a skin tone similar to your own (interracial unions aside for the moment). The same is true in the chicken world. White eggs come from white ...