In the EPA study "A Summary of Emissions Characterization and Non-Cancer Respiratory Effects of Wood Smoke" it states, "Children's Health Studies document that living in homes where wood is burned, and in communities where wood smoke is prevalent results in decreases in lung capacity and increases in asthma attacks, frequency and severity of general respiratory illness, emergency room visits and school absences." Our goal is to increase awareness of this public issue to protect the health of children, the elderly and the physically compromised.
Copy this card on cardstock and send it to neighbors and loved ones. Clean air is the gift of life.
Burning Issues Box 1045