Science: Environment: Air_Quality: Indoor_Air_Quality
ACDoctor - Indoor Air Quality in Your Home
About identifying, preventing and correcting IAQ problems in residential settings. Commercial site.
American Indoor Air Quality Council
A non-profit organization for indoor air quality professionals and technicians. Offers IAQ training and certification.
Building Air Quality
Information on a wide range of IAQ topics, including sick building syndrome, mold, fungi, air duct cleaning, ozone generators, and investigation of indoor air. Commercial site.
CEC Consultants, Inc. - Indoor Air Quality FAQ
Describes the causes of indoor quality deterioration and how to fix the problem. Commercial site.
Commercial Building Ventilation and Indoor Environmental Quality
Explains about research that is being performed at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Offers explanation of ventilation rates, volatile organic compounds (VOC's), sick building syndrome, and particle filtration. Page includes information about projects, publications, and staff.
Consumer Information: Reducing Indoor Air Pollution
Brochure covers sources of indoor air pollution and what you can do about each source.
EPA's Indoor Air Quality
Information for homeowner, schools, commercial buildings and environmental professional on indoor air quality. Extensive links to sites.
Greenguard Environmental Institute
A scientific, third party board to establish environmental standards for indoor products and building materials. Aims to improve public health and quality of life by encouraging and helping manufacturers to build better, safer products and to uphold environmental practices in product development, manufacturing, and distribution.
Healthy Indoor Air for America's Homes
Basic information for consumers on indoor air quality in their homes. Sponsored by US EPA and other organizations.
International journal from Blackwell Publishing covering research on the nonindustrial indoor environment. General information, contents lists and abstracts.
Indoor Air Quality
Advice on ways to improve the air quality inside your home or place of business.
The Indoor Air Quality Association
Nonprofit organization conducting education and research. Offers professional training, testing, and credentials in air quality and mold remediation fields. Includes organization information and links to related sites.
Indoor Environment Notebook
An expert answers questions related to indoor air pollution, sick building syndrome, and irritants. Includes a 'question of the week' section.
The Inside Story - A Guide to Indoor Air Quality
EPA's booklet on IAQ.
Mold, Mildew, Fungus and Other Indoor Quality Problems
Provides links to resources that "provide information on maintaining good indoor air quality and eliminating problems associated with mold and mildew."
National Association of Homebuilders provides advice on testing, prevention, and control.
Ohio Toxic Mold and IAQ Information
Information on toxic mold, asbestos, radon, lead and other indoor air quality issues
Residential Air Cleaning Devices
Types, effectiveness, and health impact. From the American Lung Association.
Residential Air-Cleaning Devices - A Summary of Available Information
EPA's booklet on indoor air cleaning devices for the home.
Residential Indoor Air Quality
Comprehensive guide. Pollutants and their sources are identified along with known health effects, exposure guidelines and pollutant control strategies.
Risk Management Internet Services - Indoor Air
Providing paid subscribers with a directory of indoor air quality materials on subjects including sick building syndrome and legionella.
Sick Building Syndrome and You
Personal site discusses symptoms, hazards, remedies, and the site owner's experiences, with links to other resources.
Smoking and Indoor Air Quality
Health Canada factsheet. "Indoor air can become contaminated from many sources, but the most harmful and widespread contaminant of indoor air is tobacco smoke."
Smoking and Ventilation Standards
Do ventilation systems remove secondhand smoke from indoor air, or just the odor? Information from Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights.
WHO: Indoor Air Pollution
Background on the public-health impacts of indoor air pollution (particularly smoke from cooking and heating with solid fuels on open fires or traditional stoves) and World Health Organization efforts aimed at control.
The Turmoil Over Mold in Buildings
New York Times article provides a discussion of health and legal (US) concerns related to mold and mildew and gives advice to homeowners and building managers. [Requires free registration.] (March 23, 2003)
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