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The dangers of breathing sewer gas are hydrogen sulfide poisoning and asphyxiation, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Inhaling very high levels of hydrogen sulfide can lead to immediate loss of co... More »

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A clogged sewer roof vent causes sewer gas to back up into the house, which has the potential to make residents sick, according to North Dakota State University. Ice, snow and other debris clog these pipes to cause a rot... More »

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Sewer gas is harmful to human health because it contains methane gas, which contains a mixture of toxic gases. One of these is hydrogen sulfide, which can affect the functioning of the central nervous system, according t... More »

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