VENTILATION AND PROBLEM BUILDINGS: A SELF-SERVING APPROACH?

LEVIN H
1991-05-00

Article in the Indoor Air Bulletin accusing the Business Council on Indoor Air's focus on ventilation and problem buildings of being a self-serving approach so as to not address the pollutants that the companies themselves are manufacturing. Discusses NIOSH investigation results and the real causes of indoor air quality complaints. Promotes a "building ecology" approach.

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MOREY P
SEITZ T
MOLHAVE L
SHATTUCK D
WALLINGFORD K
WOODS
TI
CLAYTON ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS
BUSINESS COUNCIL ON INDOOR AIR (BCIA)
OWENS CORNING FIBERGLASS
DOW CHEMICAL USA
UNION CARBIDE
EPA
NIOSH
VA POLYTECHNIC INST
PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE
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