Terry Ruth wrote:
Bill you have been in alot of natural homes. Since you mentioned ion charges and particle attractions, PH, and pore sizes, etc... I have not done the research on odors yet (pet, cooking ,etc) do these homes reduce the need for cook top hood fans and high exhaust rates? Dr Sublet referred to ozone filters and why he does not recommend their use if you want to explain how odors are removed that be great. I know some people don't mind them, others are sensitive, and opening up windows does not always work, they can attached to structures and stay there from what I understand anyway.
Terry Ruth wrote: We use ozone machines for nasty fire restoration jobs and shellac since I'm not sure what else would be effective. We cannot seal those charcoal odors up when we rebuild. My understanding is they remove the odor molecule from the air, structure and drop it to the ground? Just think how much easier a fire restoration job would be and how safer for fire fighters if we used better non-combustible-conductive, slow burn, materials. Most code requires 2-3 hour burns which is the it takes to get out of the building.