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  1. Indoor Air Quality (Indoor Environment Technicians Library) by Leo A. Meyer, 1999-06-01
  2. Health Implications of Fungi in Indoor Environments (Air Quality Monographs , Vol 2) by Robert A. Samson, B. Flannigan, 1994-12
  3. Indoor Environment and Air Quality in Hospital Units: Symptoms and Signs (Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations) by Klas Nordstrom, 1999-08
  4. Indoor air quality and work environment study EPA headquarters buildings (SuDoc EP 1.2:IN 2/14/V.-) by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
  5. Indoor Air Quality & Work Environment Study: Epa Headquarters Buildings by Kevin Teichman, 1991-12
  6. Indoor air quality and work environment study : Library of Congress Madison Building (SuDoc HE 20.7102:In 2/13/v.1-3) by U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, 1991
  7. Indoor Air Quality Issues by David Hansen, 2000-04-05
  8. Indoor Air Quality Handbook by John D. Spengler, John F. McCarthy, et all 2000-12-19
  9. Indoor Air Quality in the Building Environment by Ed Bas, 1993-05
  10. Microbes in the indoor environment: A manual for the indoor air quality field investigator
  11. Indoor Air Quality: Sampling Methodologies by Kathleen Hess-Kosa, 2001-06-21
  12. Indoor Air: Quality and Control by Anthony L. Hines, Sudarshan K. Loyalka, et all 1993-04-18
  13. Indoor Air Quality
  14. Measuring Indoor Air Quality: A Practical Guide by John E. Yocom, Sharon M. McCarthy, 1991-10-10

1. Air Conditioning And Heating - IAQ - Indoor Air Quality By Weather Control Of So
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Naples, Fort Myers, Cape Coral Bill Servick-Owner CAC 016319 Serving Southwest Florida since 1981 HOME SERVICES HELPFUL HINTS TROUBLESHOOTING ... SEND EMAIL According to the World Health Organization, 30 percent of buildings experience some form of sick building syndrome. Problems involving mold, mildew, fungi and bacteria, stale air, poor ventilation, odors, and microbes are commonplace. People with allergies are depending on expensive medical treatment and prescription medicine to solve problems that may be caused or aggravated by home air conditioning units. Air conditioning units that are poorly maintained are the perfect environment for mold and mildew and through ducts in every room, have the perfect distribution system. Weather Control's trained technicians can visit your home to inspect your HVAC system and determine a method of prevention and treatment that fits your needs. Routine maintenance of your air conditioning system is the first line of defense against mold and mildew in your home. Mold that has had time to develop and grow requires a more in-depth solution and many of our customers have benefited from installation of our Hepa filter and Ultraviolet light system.

2. Homeowner Response To The Prenatal Air Pollution Threat To Infant IQ - Sacrament
Start by establishing a protective indoor air quality environment at home. Over 60% of the air adults inhale typically comes from the home indoor environment.
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    Napthalene - A Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon A recent medical study found that prenatal exposures to certain types of air pollutants were linked to lower IQ at age 5. This is a top tier environmental health issue. In the study, 249 drug free and non-smoking mothers ages 18-35 living in New York City were fitted with personal air monitors during the third trimester of pregnancy. These units enabled measurement of individual exposure of each mother to air pollutants.  Each mother maintained her normal daily routine during the test  period. At age 5, the children were given standard IQ tests. The results are startling. The children exposed in the womb to high levels of a common air pollutant class known as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) had significantly lower IQ scores when they turned 5. The full-scale IQ score was lower by 4.31 points and the verbal IQ score was lower by 4.67 points as compared to the children whose mothers were exposed during the test period to low airborne PAH levels. The mean IQ score was 98.72. This falls in the average range.

3. NIST Manuscript Publication Search
environment, environmental monitoring, fish, metabolomics, microarray, regulatory toxicology, transcriptomics Research Areas Pollution/Indoor Air Quality, Environment/Climate

4. Green Affordable Housing Pilot In Atlanta | MNN - Mother Nature Network
Here are some simple and effective tips for improving indoor air quality in your home. 10 Easiest Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality - Environment is a personally written site

5. Thermal Comfort - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Human thermal comfort is defined by ASHRAE as the state of mind that expresses satisfaction with the surrounding environment (ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 55). Maintaining thermal comfort
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about comfort zones in building construction. For other uses, see Comfort zone (disambiguation) Human thermal comfort is defined by ASHRAE as the state of mind that expresses satisfaction with the surrounding environment (ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 55 ). Maintaining thermal comfort for occupants of buildings or other enclosures is one of the important goals of HVAC design engineers. Thermal comfort is affected by heat conduction convection radiation , and evaporative heat loss . Thermal comfort is maintained when the heat generated by human metabolism is allowed to dissipate, thus maintaining thermal equilibrium with the surroundings. Any heat gain or loss beyond this generates a sensation of discomfort. It has been long recognised that the sensation of feeling hot or cold is not just dependent on air temperature alone.

6. Houseplants And Indoor Air Quality - Environment Articles, Articles From Environ
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Author: Tom Ogren Houseplants and Indoor Air Quality
Houseplants can be the source of cleaner air, but they can also be the exact opposite.
There are two main concerns with indoor plants, insects, and VOC's.
Insects? Yes. Any houseplant that does not thrive will eventually get infested with insects, especially mealy bugs, aphids, whiteflies, scale, or spider mites. All of these insects can quickly explode in numbers and can present a serious allergy problem. Insects shed old skin and other parts and this insect dander is very allergenic.
Insects also produce large amounts of feces, called "honeydew," and on this rich organic material mold quickly grows. The mold then produces reproductive mold spores, and these spores become airborne inside the house. Mold spores are of course quite allergenic.
The answer to insects is to keep them healthy. First we should only use houseplants that are well adapted to actually growing inside the house. These plants should get the kind of light they need. Plants that do not get the light they need will get buggy. We must also see to it that our houseplants are well fertilized. Lack of fertilizer will eventually result in a plant that is weak and that will then be attacked by insect pests. I like time-release fertilizers for all houseplants. In addition to time-release fertilizers I also like to use some water-soluble fertilizers too, at least once a month.

7. ISRP 2000 Abstract - Hofacre
as the result of evaporation from spills, leaking or venting from a pressurized container, or by spraying can result in a hazardous indoor air quality environment
ISRP 2000 abstract Presenter/author Title Abstract Hofacre , Kent Associate manager, Battelle, Columbus, OH, USA Assessment of Chemical Vapor Releases in a Model Building

8. 10 Easiest Ways To Improve Indoor Air Quality - Environment
10 Easiest Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality environment is a personally written site at BellaOnline
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A client of mine was remodeling the kitchen of his girlfriend as a surprise Christmas present. I was hired to do the work and at that time I considered myself to be a some what eco-friendly contractor. The job was done and looked great. A couple weeks later I got a call from my client asking about certain products we may have used during construction. He explained to me that his girlfriend could no longer stand to be in her home (it was a small cottage) as something was making her terribly sick, and it started immediately after she had moved back in after all our construction work. She wasnt a highly sensitive person or suffered from allergies so they thought it was just the dust that settles after most construction jobs but she didnt get better. Her doctor had informed her it is most likely something that was used during the remodel project that caused her breathing problems.
I gave them the MSDS sheets on all the products we used. They came to the conclusion it was the adhesive we had used to glue the granite countertops:

9. Background/Introduction
Consider adopting the US EPA (2000) document, “Tools for Schools”, as an instrument for maintaining a good indoor air quality environment in the building.
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10. Indoor Air Quality - Environment & Natural Resources | LSU AgCenter
Indoor Air Quality Related To Conservation. SubPortal page posted in Category Indoor Air Quality on October, 2004. Content intended for General Public and provided by the LSU
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11. Bibliography: Dust Weight And Asthma Prevalence In The National Survey Of Lead A
indoor air quality, environment, dust exposure Abstract Settled dust has been used in studies to assess exposures to allergens and other biologically active components, but it has

12. Measure Indoor Air Quality. | Environment & Natural Resources > Pollution & Envi
Jamie Wade FLUKE Australia has released its 975 AirMeter designed specifically for heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), and indoor air quality (IAQ) professionals.

13. Livingston County Department Of Public Health Environmental Health - Air Quality
Since most county residents spend most of their days in schools and workplaces, having a healthy and safe indoor air quality environment is very important.
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Emergency Preparedness Emergency Preparedness Home Community Response Emergency Links Emergency Preparedness Fact Sheets ... Public Health Response Resources Resources and Links Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) The Livingston County Department of Public Health (LCDPH) provides resource information and consultation on various sources of air pollutants, such as: radon, mold, lead, asbestos, mercury, carbon monoxide, environmental tobacco smoke, and volatile organic compounds (vocs). LCDPH does not typically perform indoor air quality investigations; however, our staff is available to assist the general public with their concerns and/or questions regarding indoor air quality. The links below provide additional information on various types of air pollutants. Educational brochures and handouts are available for download as a .pdf document. Additional links are provided under each of the topics for further information. Radon Mold Lead Asbestos ... Volatile Organic Compounds
Educational Brochures/Handouts for General Indoor Air Quality
Help Yourself to a Healthy Home Reference Guide to Major Indoor Air Pollutants How Healthy is the Air in Your Home?

14. Buy 18" X 20" X 1" MERV 11 Pleated Filter | IAQ M1118201
Catches and holds more pollen, dust, dirt, etc. than standard pads or panel type HVAC filters creating a healthier IAQ (Indoor Air Quality)environment.

15. JP Morgan Chase Hiring For Syracuse Tech Center (New York, Patterson: Credit, Ho
Syracuse leadership should try to grow this sector along with the more established indoor air quality/environment systems field which already has an impressive cluster in the metro

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06-18-2009, 08:09 AM RollsRoyce Senior Member Join Date: Mar 2009 Location: NYC area 556 posts, read times Reputation: 199 JP Morgan Chase Hiring for Syracuse Tech Center Despite the deep recession and credit crisis that has adversely impacted the finance sector, industry titan JP Morgan Chase appears to be following through with its plans to open a Syracuse Technology Center on the campus of SU. When announced in 2007, the initiative was billed as a 10 year, $30 million partnership between business and academia that would involve the creation of several hundred jobs and provide a specialized curriculum to prepare students for careers in the finance and IT sectors with a specific focus on cyber security.
Based on the media coverage of the announcement, Nancy Cantor was largely responsible for securing this deal, not the inept local/state/fed economic development and political leadership. I'm sure if the MDA, Chamber of Commerce, Chuckie, DeFrancisco, Magnarelli, Patterson, Mahoney, or the bartender mayor were involved the project would have never materialized.

16. Indoor Air Quality Sampling And Surveys
Damage to building systems, improper chemical use patterns, or changes in employee operations also affect the static indoor air quality environment.
INDOOR AIR QUALITY Indoor Air Quality can promote good occupant health, comfort, and workplace productivity. This concept is one of the primary motivators for building owners, business owners and building mechanics alike to maintain acceptable indoor air quality within the inhabited spaces of their buildings.
Indoor air quality can be summarized as a healthy, acceptable environment for all employees, occupants, visitors, or residents. This environment shall be free from disease, allergenic properties, and esthetical discomfort. Problems that occur due to improper or contaminated indoor air quality have been referred to as either "Sick Building Syndrome" or "Building Related Illnesses."
Additionally, problems with indoor air quality are created through renovation activities that change a building's layout. Damage to building systems, improper chemical use patterns, or changes in employee operations also affect the static indoor air quality environment. Symptoms resulting from allergenic impacts include cough, irritation, allergic reactions, exacerbation of previous conditions, headache, dizziness, fatigue or in some cases serious disease formation.
DeLisle routinely conducts indoor air quality investigations in both residential and commercial environments. Depending upon client needs and issues, these investigations vary and can or may also be affected individual susceptibilities. Typical indoor air quality investigations have variable components and are driven by cost and client objectives and include the one or all of the following interests:

17. 404 - File Not Found| LSU AgCenter
In The Right Conditions, Molds Multiply And Can Release Enough Spores In The Air To Cause Health Problems. Author Claudette Reichel, Category Indoor Air Quality. Default page H

18. HAZCLEAN Providing Solutions To Poor Indoor Air Quality | Environment & Natural
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19. Indoor Air Quality - Environment & Natural Resources | LSU AgCenter
Indoor Air Quality Related To Conservation. SubPortal page posted in Category Indoor Air Quality on October, 2004. Content intended for General Public and provided by the LSU
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Conflicting information and media coverage about hazards of mold and how to handle mold problems have left many people confused, concerned and sometimes frightened. If you have or suspect a mold problem in your home, this fact sheet will help you make well-informed decisions about how to fix the problem and prevent its return.
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20. Providing Healthy Solutions For Your Environment :: A Quality Indoor Environment
Providing Healthy Solutions for your Environment. Mold testing and mold test kits available.
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Barbara Frese, managing owner of A Quality Indoor Environment, LLC is a Certified Indoor Air Quality Consultant, Certified Mold Inspector, Certified Mold Remediator, Certified Project Manager, Certified Advanced Oxidation Specialist and Certified Biocide Applicator. She is trained and certified through the National Indoor Air Quality Institute (NIAQI), the National Organization of Remediators and Mold Inspectors (NORMI), RGF Environment Group, Environmental Solutions Association (ESA), Indusco Distribution of America (IDA), American Protectant Association (APA) and the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA). Insured through Insurance Office of America (IOA).
Barbara has been in the indoor air quality business since July 2001 and has more than 30 years experience in the real estate and mortgage banking industries.

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