||Pilot study on indoor air quality : managing indoor air quality risks : report on a meeting held in St. Michaels, Maryland, October 25-27, 1989.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ; NATO, Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society,
Air quality management--Congresses.
Indoor air pollution ;
Risk assessment ;
Air quality ;
Field tests ;
Construction materials ;
Air pollution monitoring
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||ix, 200 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Quantifying Future Trends Of Indoor Air Quality As A Basis For Government Policy Plans; Assessing Indoor Air Quality Risks of Pesticides; Formaldehyde Emission Standards In The Federal Republic of Germany; Orientations and Actions of the European Community in the Assessment and Prevention of Indoor Air Pollution; EPA and Indoor Air Quality; The Non-Regulatory Approach to Reducing Risks from Radon Exposure; U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission; A Builders Guide to Healthy Homes; WHO Air Quality Guidelines for Europe; The Approach to Control Indoor Air Quality in Italy; Guidelines - Ventilation Classes; Energy Consequences of Upgrading Indoor Air Quality; Canada's Guidelines for Residential Indoor Air Quality: Rationale and Scope; Canadian Ventilation and Venting Standards; Indoor Air Quality Building Surveys Case Studies; Design of Indoor Air Quality Studies; Summary Findings of Inter-Ministerial Committee On Indoor Air Quality (Ontario); The Quebec Approach; Employee Survey EPA Headquarters; Pollution in Closed Spaces and Its Consequences in Conservation of Works of Art; How Norwegian Health Authorities Will Handle Indoor Air Quality Problems.
Running title: NATO CCMS pilot study on IAQ. At head of title: NATO/CCMS Workshop. Shipping list no.: 90-463-P. "June 1990"--Cover. Includes bibliographical references. "EPA/400/7-90/005"--Cover. Item 431-I-1. Microfiche.