By Steve GormanPublished December 12, 2016 07:45:51We’ve all seen the headlines, “the world’s most dangerous cement board”.
They’re so scary that even seasoned cement experts don’t want to put their hands on them.
We’ve compiled a list of the world’s top cement boards.
These boards have been approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as safe for outdoor use, meaning they have been tested for toxicity and other safety features.
But how safe are they?
According to the EPA, cement boards are a “generally accepted alternative to asphalt and other types of concrete”, but it also says that they’re “particularly hazardous to people with compromised immune systems”.
They’re usually made from lightweight, non-combustible cement or other “hard materials”, such as concrete or brick, and usually have a high level of concrete or cement in them.
These boards are often used in cement-filled homes and commercial buildings.
Some cement boards can even be sprayed on to a building surface.
There’s also a group of outdoor cement paints called “white cement”, which are used in residential buildings and concrete structures for the construction of roofing and walls.
These paints are made from water-based cement.
White cement paint is more commonly used in commercial buildings than white cement.
It can be found in many different types of buildings and usually has a high concentration of cement in it.
White-cement paint is usually applied to the concrete, and is typically applied to areas of the concrete that are exposed to the sun.
It’s a safer paint for people with weakened immune systems, and it doesn’t irritate skin.
However, white-cements are often a “poor choice” for outdoor construction, according to the Environmental Protection Office, which has warned that the paint can be toxic if used outdoors.
White cements can cause skin irritation and can cause a range of other health problems.
The most common problems associated with white cement paint include:• Skin irritation• Skin cancer• Sensitisation• Skin problems associated to sun exposure• Skin damage• Eye problems• Eye infections• Skin infectionsWhite- cements also have a higher risk of causing respiratory problems such as asthma, which is an asthma disease.
The European Union is considering banning the use of white cement paints, but experts say it could be years before this happens.
The EPA says that white cement is less hazardous to the environment than other types.
The EPA says there are “many” different types that can be mixed and sold, and they’re commonly used for indoor and outdoor construction.