So what happens when the old, but reliable and long used low faulty sawdust storage silos are put to use? Does the silo-grain do its job of protecting the surrounding environment from toxins, or is it still just standing there as if nothing has happened? The answer is both yes and no. You see, there is no such thing as absolute purity in any form of human production, and that includes the manufacturing of any type of artificial silos. That being said, it is the assembly silos that have been used to protect the surrounding environment from toxins that can pose a health risk to anyone who works within them.
Now, what would happen if you used a low-faulty, but high-quality silo with ancillary filters, but none of the other components was working properly? Well, what would happen is that toxins from the air, water, and surrounding area would enter into the silo and potentially be absorbed by the wood or plastic while it sat there. This could cause health problems for the people working within the silo, as well as contaminating the surrounding environment with toxins from the outside of the silo.
This is why it is important to use ancillary filtering systems that are either completely contained within the silo itself or have filtering filters within the perimeter of the silo. It should go without saying that any toxins that come in contact with the wood and plastic should be filtered out before they can become a threat to your health. This is just as important in a building as a silo where the entire assembly unit is also located inside of a building. Now, granted, low-quality manufactured plastic and wood that is used in modern assembly units aren’t going to last forever, but neither is the long-used low faulty sawdust storage silo grain that shouldn’t have been there in the first place. .