Gas imaging camera service offered for free in Plum Thursday August 29, 2023

Diagram of Indoor Air Pollution in Homes
Graphic: PSR Colorado

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Christina Digiulio, a certified thermographer working with the Pennsylvania chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility, will be bringing a gas imaging camera to Plum on Thursday to check homes for gas leaks.

“What it can do is if we see small leaks, leaks out of pipes or any of the natural gas infrastructure going into a household, the meters, any connections, I can check and see if there is any kind of methane coming out because I can visibly see it,” said Digiulio.

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