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RECORD NUMBER: 239 OF 488
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Indoor air hazards every homeowner should know about.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.|
|Publisher||[United States Environmental Protection Agency],|
|Subjects||Indoor air pollution--United States.|
|Additional Subjects||Homes ; Air quality ; Molds ; Combustion pollutants ; Lead dust ; Tobacco smoke ; Radon ; Formaldehyde ; Household products ; Furnishings ; Chemical compounds ; Residential buildings ; Signs and symptoms ; Exposure ; Toxic substances ; Indoor air pollution|
|Collation||13 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm|
Research has found that in homes across America, the quality of indoor air can be worse than outdoor air. That's because many homes are being built and remodeled tighter--some with improved ventilation systems to provide fresh air exchange. We are using more products and furnishings containing compounds sensitive to some occupants. You don't have to be a building scientist to deal with the quality of air in your home. However, you should understand a few basics to get you started. This project was developed to provide basic but comprehensive information to consumers to get a handle on indoor air quality.
"January 1998"--Cover. "EPA 402-K-98-002." Cover title. At head of title: Healthy indoor air for America's homes.
Biological pollutants -- Unhealthy remodeling by-products -- Combustion pollutants -- Carbon monoxide -- Lead dust -- Secondhand smoke -- Radon -- Excessive formaldehyde -- Safely choose and use household products -- Asthma -- Room-by-room checklist.