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Living Natural Today – Out with Toxins - In with Your Health

Living Natural Today – Out with Toxins - In with Your Health

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October 01st 2014:Minimizing Toxins in the Home and Safe Remodeling

Our home should be our safe place. Unfortunately, however, we are unknowingly bringing toxins into our homes with what we purchase. Toxins are lurking in our furniture, electronics and appliances. Flame retardants – frequently found in furniture, clothing and mattresses – is an example of a toxin to which we are consistently exposed. In this episode, listeners will learn simple and practical steps that can be taken to minimize toxins in their homes – and what can be done when undertaking a major project such as home remodeling.

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Stan Salot

Mr. Salot is a leading expert in business and quality process management. As the President and CEO of the ECC Corporation, he represents the interests of the U.S. industry in the International Electro-Technical Commission Quality Assessment System for Electronic Components (IECQ). Mr. Salot is a member of several distinctive industry bodies, including the IECQ Chairman’s Advisory Group, the U. S. Technical Advisory Group for Environmental Management Standards, the U.S. SAE Working Groups for Counterfeit Mitigation Standards and the American National Standards Institute. Moreover, he was the chairman of the international IECQ Working Group 5 authoring the international certification scheme. T
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Angelique

Angelique has extensive personal experience with low-VOC and chemical-free building, remodeling and cleaning. She has several medical conditions that are triggered by chemical pollutants, and her most important line of defense is avoidance. Every product and procedure must be researched and tested, and workers have to be supervised very closely. With each project Angelique discovers more steps that have to be taken to ensure an outcome that is safe for someone with chemical sensitivity. She shares her experiences with the members of her Facebook discussion group, Canary Chat (http://facebook.com/groups/canarychat), and the readers of her blog, Green Dreamhome (http://ourgreendreamhome.com).
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