[StBernard] fema trailers

Westley Annis Westley at da-parish.com
Mon Feb 18 08:53:22 EST 2008

It seems to me that if the FEMA trailer health problem is due solely
to the
fumes and vapors of new carpet, laminated countertops, flooring,
and fabrics in a confined space with little insulation, why is the
not applicable to mobile homes, RVs, campers, other trailers not
built for
FEMA specifications? Were the specifications for a white
trailer less stringent? Should those living in other small confined
also at risk from fumes? I'm trying to connect the dots here, but
there is
no mention in the media as to why this is unique to the little white
trailers and I wonder if it applies to the slightly larger
little white houses that were also procured by FEMA. Anyone in the
home, trailer, RV business know ? ddk

And could FEMA have a case against the manufacturers for fraud


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