Smoke Can Travel Through Walls

August 30, 2013

Scientific studies show that second hand smoke smoke from a neighboring apartment can travel through ventilation systems, pipes, walls, open windows and doors, electrical sockets and even tiny cracks in plaster and drywall.1 While many Californians have made the choice to not allow smoking inside their homes, many living in apartments and condominiums are still exposed to drifting toxic secondhand smoke. One third of Californians live in multi-unit housing2 where units share walls, floors or ceilings, which means that millions may be exposed to second hand smoke even if they do not allow smoking in their unit.3 Read More...

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