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Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality [IAQ] refers to the air quality inside homes and buildings.  Air quality can be affected by mold, bacteria, chemicals, or any mass air contaminant.  These contaminants can impair the health of animals or people inside a structure.  Indoor air can be as polluted or more than the air outside.

Recently the subject of indoor air pollution has become popular as the advent of indoor climate control is caused us to seal our buildings and homes  from the outdoors. The Environmental Protection Agency has developed tools for schools to use to help detect and eliminate indoor air contaminants. Mold has become one of the better-known indoor air problems because it can trigger asthma and allergy attacks in many people.  Certain types of mold can be very dangerous.

An industry of professionals and consultants have sprung up around the indoor air quality problem.  Training and certification for these individuals and corporations is being provided by organizations such as the American Indoor Air Quality Council and others. these professionals use modern instruments and methods to locate and remove sources of indoor air pollution.  Laboratories are available that specialize in the analysis of contaminant specimens to enable determination of the proper remedial course of action.

 

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