WookieeSteakIsChewie OP t1_j8u6l8s wrote

>Are there concerns for livestock or wildlife?

>"Specific inhalation exposure data is limited for these chemicals (vinyl chloride, hydrogen chloride, and phosgene); however, it is expected that the risk to animals would be similar to the risk to humans. Since hydrogen chloride rapidly dissociates in water or moisture, it is unlikely that grazing on grass in the affected area will result in health effects to livestock or wildlife. Phosgene will not stick to soil. Instead, phosgene may evaporate into the air or pass through the soil surface and break down in water.

>Hydrogen chloride and phosgene do not accumulate in the food chain; therefore, you cannot be sickened by eating an animal that may have come into contact with these gases."