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Scented Candles

Now that South Texas has settled into its Winter “routine” folks who’ve moved here from out-of-state are astonished that the “cold season” can cycle on and off so quickly. San Antonians have always said that rodeo season weather is unpredictable and strap themselves in for the ride!

Nevertheless, Winter for...

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Cedar Season

Every winter season central and south Texas residents not only celebrate Christmas and ring in the New Year, but they’re also exposed to an air quality pollutant – cedar pollen.

Where does cedar pollen originate and why during the holiday season? Pollen is a plant or tree’s way of sexually...

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Although it’s less than a week old, Spring has more than sprung in south Texas….our bluebonnets, Indian paint brushes and wine cups are in full bloom! That can mean a lot of different things for the environment, but our topic today is the insect kingdom, how it is affecting so many lives, and what you...
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Asbestos is a group of naturally occurring minerals. These are mined from the earth and have been widely used in the building construction industry.

Asbestos Regulations

Exposure to these airborne fibers has been shown to have unique health effects on people. As a result, asbestos containing materials are regulated by the Texas Department of...
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The Texas Department of State Health Services regulated mold contamination in their Texas Mold Assessment and Remediation Rules in January of 2005. These regulations apply to all apartment complexes with more than 4 units, all commercial and industrial buildings, and schools. The Texas Rules specifically exclude single family residential structures; however, many...

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