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Indoor Air Quality

Scientific studies have shown that the quality of air indoors, where we typically spend 90% of our time, is commonly worse than outdoor air. Although biological pollutants, like mold, seem to dominate Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) problems, carbon monoxide,

chemicals off-gassing from building products, and inadequate fresh outdoor air ventilation are also sources of problems. 

Our agency has a nationally recognized Indoor Air Quality Program that helps citizens, schools and agencies through the process of finding solutions to indoor air problems. 

 

We provide free presentations on a variety of topics related to Indoor Air Quality. From 20 minutes to full day workshops, our Indoor Air Specialist will entertain your group with customized multi-media presentations loaded with useful information.

 

We want to hear from you

 

Let us know how we're doing and what you think about local air quality by taking our short survey. We'll use your responses to improve how we communicate with you. Thank you.

 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

BROCHURE:

Mold Guidance for Tenants and Landlords - not for hot, humid regions

 

 

VIDEOS:

 

Controlling & Reducing Asthma Triggers

 

 

Mold in Your Home

 

 

School walk-through: Identifying and Solving Common Indoor Air Quality Problems:

 

To order a DVD or get additional information about indoor air quality, please contact our office at 360-428-1617.

 

EPA indoor air quality webinars: