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Journal: International journal of ecosystems and ecology science (IJEES) (Vol.3, No. 4)

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Page : 769-772

Keywords : environment; formaldehyde; stages; acclimatization;

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The study shows that there are two types of exposure to formaldehyde release: In working environments at factories producing glued wooden constructions, where the major release occurs at the stages (processes) of pressing, acclimatization and storage. For these environments should be performed the so called “environment Check-up”; In residential and social objects fully or partially build by wood tiles. Formaldehyde is recognized as a substance relatively hazardous to health and life. Its potential hazard is associated with its extreme instability, which makes the presence of formaldehydes in residential facilities a matter of concern, even in very small quantities. Exposure for a relatively long time can have effects of carcinogen nature. Its irritating effect appears in different individual limits.

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