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"Sick building syndrome," according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), occurs when occupants of a building experience a range of non-specific symptoms after spending time in a building, but no specific disease or cause can be identified. Up to 30% of new and remodeled buildings have been the subject of complaints. Have you ever been affected by sick building syndrome?

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The office I work is an older building on the square. We found out a year ago that its ventilation standards were out-dated. We hired a heating and air conditioning specialist, and they told us that we had inadequate ventilation which was causing alot of our employee's illnesses. We ended up hiring a mold removal company and now everyone in our office has literally not been sick since.

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