Managing Indoor Air Quality, Third Edition

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Taylor & Francis, Aug 2, 2004 - Science - 376 pages
For the building owner, administrator, or facilities manager who must deal with the realities of today's indoor environmental concerns, this fully updated reference is a practical, hands-on guide. You'll find readily applicable air quality control measures and preventative strategies that can head off the "headaches" -- both economic and legal -- that can grow out of an air quality problem. You'll also learn the critical aspects of complete response and step-by-step investigation tactics and tools. Specific symptoms of building-associated illnesses are detailed along with practical guidelines for identifying and controlling the associated pollutant or source of the problem.

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