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I just noticed the distinct and quite strong fragrance of printer toner as I walked in the door (after making the most recent delivery to the boss man), and couldn't help but think, "This can't be good for me."
One wonders... do Kinko's or Copy Max have a secret study hidden away somewhere at corporate headquarters about the health effects of large-volume laser toner fumes exposure on employee health? (Then again, maybe it's just the cold pills talking today...)
A simple air ioniser can be effective against laser toner fumes. I notice some printer toner powder all around the device here. I prefer dusting it off the desk every week than coughing it out of my lungs every day.
Luckily, summer is on the way and I can start opening the office windows if I have a large print job to do. (Shoulda thought of that yesterday, eh?)