IAQ Science Resources
IAQ Scientific Findings Resource Bank
An IAQ Scientific Findings Resource Bank (SFRB) is being developed by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory with funding support from EPA provided through an interagency agreement. It is a resource for public health professionals, building professionals, and others who seek scientific information about the effects of IAQ on people’s health or work performance. The IAQ Scientific Findings Resource Bank provides information summarizing the state of scientific knowledge about the relationships between people’s health and productivity and the IAQ conditions or associated building characteristics in which the people work or reside. This web site also provides links for downloading published journal articles that were developed under the project. Visit www.iaqscience.lbl.gov.
Indoor Air Quality Research
Indoor Air Quality research focuses on Improving the techniques used to measure and model emissions of indoor air chemical contaminants present in free standing structures. Research is dedicated to investigating various approaches to eliminating mold problems in residence and office buildings. Visit EPA's National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Air Pollution Prevention and Control Division at http://www.epa.gov/nrmrl/appcd/indoor.html.
Read about recent issues including the issue on Indoor Air Quality and the Science of Asthma.
World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines for indoor air quality: selected pollutants
This book presents WHO guidelines for the protection of public health from a number of chemicals commonly present in indoor air.
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