Comprehensive indoor air quality research strategy January 1, 1985.
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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency .
Written in English

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Pagination27p. $0.00 C.1.
Number of Pages27
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Open LibraryOL17587855M

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This guide provides a comprehensive account of indoor air quality hazards, their sources, and appropriate solutions. Written in easy-to-understand, non-technical terms, it is designed to be used as both a ready reference and a training guide for facility managers. Each specific type of indoor air hazard is addressed, including allergens, asbestos, formaldehyde and VOCs, radon, tobacco smoke. THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO INDOOR AIR QUALITY AVAILABLE. This handbook brings you solutions to virtually any problem in the field. Leading U.S. and international experts help you to create and maintain safe and healthy environments in structures from hospitals to residences, and handle a range of questions from health and comfort effects and physiologic thresholds to ventilation Cited by: Short research essay on Indoor Air Quality including a case study showing exceptional performance in this sector. Question 2. To provide a basis for assessment of risks to human health from indoor air quality, and a sound scientific basis for the development and implementation of policies, the SCHER is asked to identify the adequacy of current information and data requirements for filling-in gaps on aspects such as exposure/effect and dose/response relationships, existing measurement standards and.

The VOCs associated with poor-quality indoor air also range widely in physical properties such as solubility and biological activity. Single VOC concentrations are typically between Indoor Air provides a location for reporting original research results in the broad area defined by the indoor environment of non-industrial buildings. An international journal with multidisciplinary content, Indoor Air publishes papers reflecting the broad categories of interest in this field. The Inside Story: A Guide to Indoor Air Quality. This is our most popular and comprehensive publication on the subject of Indoor Air Quality. While dated, it is still relevant as it describes sources of air pollution in the home and office, corrective strategies, and specific measures for . Research article Full text access. Indoor Air Quality associations with sick building syndrome: An application of decision tree technology. Impacts of using auto-mode portable air cleaner on indoor PM levels: An intervention study. Ching-Hsuan Huang, Edmund Seto.

@article{osti_, title = {Indoor air quality: Solutions and strategies}, author = {Hays, S M and Gobbell, R V and Ganick, N R}, abstractNote = {This book is written as an overview for professionals in the building industry. An attempt is made to provide a foundation of indoor air quality analysis and control, showing relationships among the various disciplines which are fundamental to an. Air quality audits will also be conducted to assess indoor and outdoor air pollution sources, with a view to reducing nitrogen dioxide, PM10 and PM levels in schools. Research has shown that these pollutants are most likely to cause children to grow up with asthma and other respiratory issues. The development of and versions of the ANSI/ASHRAE Stand Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air quality, which covers low-rise residential buildings in particular, and all. Other research indicates that people spend approximately 90% of their time indoors. Thus, for many people, the risks to health from exposure to indoor air pollution may be greater than risks from outdoor pollution. In addition, people exposed to indoor air pollutants for the longest periods are often those most susceptible to their effects.