At the Chinese Drywall conference I am attending in Florida, Daniel Becnel Jr. an attorney from Louisiana is presenting information on the potential health effects of prolonged exposure to Chinese Drywall.
In his experience working with affected homeowners, some common medical complaints include nose bleeding, headaches, nausea, sinus and/or allergy related issues, difficulty breathing and chemical coughs.
What I found most interesting is a conversation that his experts have had with Jorge Laguna from the Florida Department of Health. Mr. Laguna theorizes that the Chinese Drywall problem may be related to the presence of a high sulfide mineral vein at the mine which produces the raw material that was used to create the drywall. He also noted that some U.S. drywall manufacturers appear to be purchasing the Chinese material and restamping it with U.S. manufacturer nameplates.
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