Wake Up and Smell the Smoke – Prohibiting Smoking

Smoking in strata buildings has been around for years. It has never received much attention. This is surprising considering the statistics. Research has shown that between 28 – 53 per cent of residents in non-smoking units are exposed to second-hand smoke drift and 61 – 82 per cent of non-smoking unit residents support a ban on smoking.      Read the article………….


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