U.S. EPA's Indoor Air Quality Implementation Plan. Appendix C. EPA Radon Program. Appendix D. Indoor Air Resource History

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Abstract

The 'EPA Radon Program' briefly describes the goals, strategy and implementation plan adopted by the Agency for dealing specifically with radon as an indoor air pollutant. This discussion is excerpted from a more comprehensive report, 'EPA Interim Report to Congress on Indoor Air Pollution and Radon.' The 'Indoor Air Resource History' is a one page summary of EPA resources (funds and personnel) expended on the indoor air program. The summary begins with FY 84 and extends to FY 88 where projected figures are given.

Citation

U.S. EPA. U.S. EPA's Indoor Air Quality Implementation Plan. Appendix C. EPA Radon Program. Appendix D. Indoor Air Resource History. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., EPA/600/8-87/033 (NTIS PB87210753), 1987.

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See also PB87-210746, and PB87-210761.