Fumes from boiler room
I posted a question about living above the boiler room and getting some of the fumes. I can’t seem to log into that conversation anymore. The management company is planning an air quality test in our apartment.
We need them to test for fumes produced from the not-so-clean burning of a natural gas furnace. They are testing for CO, CO2, total hydrocarbon, airborne nuisance allergenic Particulate, methane and hydrogen sulfide (for possible sewer gas).
I read somewhere that Nitrogen Oxides and Sulfur Dioxide are also products of the burning of natural gas. Should I have them test for these as well?
Should I have them test for anything else? We are sensing it as burning in our eyes, and some in throat and lungs.
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