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This site offers numerous informational items concerning sources, eradication and treatment of indoor air problems. Pollutant sources, ventilation, other issues involved in indoor air pollution are explained in detail.
75 percent of all U.S. households used at least one pesticide product indoors during the past year. Products used most often are insecticides and disinfectants. In further studies, measurable levels of up to a dozen...
Many widely used household products such as paints, varnishes, waxes as well as cleaning, disinfecting, cosmetic and hobby products all contain organic solvents. All can release organic compounds while you are using...
The website describes the mission of the Partnership for Clean Indoor Air to improve health, livelihood and quality of life by reducing exposure to air pollution from household energy use. It provides information on...
There are three basic strategies to improve indoor air quality: source control, improved ventilation, and air cleaners. This site offers the reader some insights to improving air quality through increased ventilation,...
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