2008 it was noted that many families whose homes were
constructed with toxic drywall from China became aware of a
noxious odor being emitted from the walls within their home. By
April, 2009 over 300 families had reported various problems
resulting from the toxic drywall.
construction defects such as corroded electrical and mechanical
systems to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the
U.S. government agency responsible for regulating the safety of
consumer products. By January the number had grown to almost
began to experience health issues, prompting their doctors to
urge them to move out of their homes. Today there are
almost 4,000 reports of toxic Chinese drywall in 42 states.
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