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Oceguera Roby

I agree that using Ozone generator will lessen the burden of the flood victims during clean up. However,any amount of ozone, high or low concentration has the ability to react with other similar organic chemicals outside the body causing a potential harmful effects on human health. So, considering the fact that there is a potential risk in using the machine, I don't think this is advisable.

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