A Free Service Provided By



Legal Topics

Arbitration and Mediation
Car Accidents
Child Support
Child Custody & Visitation

Copyright Law
Criminal Law
Dangerous Drugs
DUI Drunk Driving

Elderly Laws
Employees' Rights
Estate Planning
Family Law
Immigration Law

Lemon Law
Medical Malpractice
Megan's Law
Mesothelioma & Asbestos

Probate & Estates
Product Recalls
Real Estate

Statute of Limitations

Taxes & the IRS
Traffic Violations
Workers' Compensation
Work Related Injury

Privacy Policy

Contact Us

About Us

Facts - Books - News    U.S. Facts Of Law:

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.


Indoor Air Quality Best Sellers from

(no title)


Newsfeed display by CaRP

Indoor Air Quality News
GN News

Air Quality Matters Human Resource Executive Online
Human Resource Executive Online Air Quality Matters Human Resource Executive Online Air Quality Matters. As new research uncovers the bottom line benefits of clean air in the workplace, experts say the time is right for HR to make the argument that the benefits far outweigh the incremental costs of providing a healthy indoor environment.

Indoor Air Quality Market Projected To Be Worth 10.8 Billion By 2021 Digital...
Indoor Air Quality Market Projected To Be Worth 10.8 Billion by 2021 Digital Journal press release Atlanta, GA A recent report published by BCC research has found that the market for indoor air quality is gathering pace, and predicted to show significant growth in the future. According to published statistics the industry was worth 7.85 billion and more raquo

CFC Project Aims To Protect Indoor Air Quality Winona Daily News
C FC project aims to protect indoor air quality Winona Daily News A Rochester, Minn., company that specializes in contracted environmental services was hired to get rid of inactive mold spores in school building wings at Cochrane Fountain City. Mavo Systems was set to begin a 10 week project June 12 that will cost

Fungal Toxins In The Home Can Easily Become Airborne And Be Inhaled, Says Stu...
CNBC Fungal toxins in the home can easily become airborne and be inhaled, says study CNBC quotThus, mycotoxins can be inhaled and should be investigated as parameters of indoor air quality, especially in homes with visible fungal contamination.quot They published the results Friday in the American Society for Microbiology39s journal Applied and Airborne Fungal Toxins Can Develop More Readily than Previously SuspectedGenetic Engineering Biotechnology News blog Fungal toxins easily become airborne, creating potential indoor health riskScience Daily 39Sick building syndrome39: Study finds wallpaper may breed toxinsWinchester Herald Chronicle News NCBI NCBI NIH The Environmental Illness Resource all 48 news articles raquo

National Healthy Homes Month Focuses Attention On Indoor Air WebWire Press ...
WebWire press release National Healthy Homes Month Focuses Attention on Indoor Air WebWire press release The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA and other government institutions recognize the month of June as National Healthy Homes Month. The U.S. and more raquo

IMPORTANT NOTICE: This webpage is Copyrighted content.  No portion of this page may be copied to any other webpage, forum, blog or other domain page or offline publication without written permission from Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

The information provided by does not constitute legal advice or any other type of advice and is provided for educational purposes only without warranty of any kind. has not reviewed the information on this page for accuracy and is not responsible for any errors, omissions or inaccuracies.  For legal advice you should consult a licensed attorney.


Copyright All Rights Reserved -
No Portion of This Page May Be Copied Without Written Permission

Facts of Law about indoor air quality requirements

Facts of Law - Indoor Air Quality