SMOKESCREEN OVER CABIN AIR QUALITY.

ENDRES,G
1992-06-00

Article on airline cabin air quality investigating the effectiveness of banning smoking as a means to clean up air on airplanes. Reports on airline’s diminished use of ventilation as a means to save money and claims that the resulting poor ventilation will harm the public regardless of the absence of cigarette smoke.

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Community Health Program Records
Subjects
BAKER,S
BORELLI
BURGE,H
CARPENTER
NAGDA,N
POITRAST
ROBERTSON,G
WITTWER,F
PM
AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL ENVRIONMENTAL HEA
AMERICAN
ASHRAE JOURNAL
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HEATING, REFRIGERATING + AIR-CONDITIONING ENGINEERS
BOEING
BRANIFF
BROOKS AIR FORCE BASE
CONTINENTAL
DELTA
DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION
DEUTSCHE AIRBUS
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
GEOMET TECHNOLOGIES
HEALTHY BUILDINGS INTL
JOINT AVIATION AUTHORITY
LOCKHEED
MCDONNELL DOUGLAS
NATL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
NATL RESEARCH COUNCIL
NORTHWEST
PAN AM
RISK FOCUS VERSAR
SWISSAIR
TRANS WORLD
UNITED
UNIV OF MI
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/31037
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