Pauline Ferguson is the principal of Red Fox Building Biology. Her aim is to help people to identify and remove toxins and poisons from their environment (detox buildings). Based in Queensland, she helps people to work with nature to have better health, naturally.
Building Biology is a science which examines the fixtures, furniture etc in your home to identify the sources of toxins affecting you and your family. These can include carpets, paint, furniture, cleaning or personal products; external contaminants such as mould; invisible toxins such as electromagnetic fields and radio (mobile phone and wifi) frequency.
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