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Federal Programs Related to Indoor Pollution by Chemicals
Linda-Jo Schierow (au); David M. Bearden (au)
Indoor pollutants are chemicals that are potentially harmful to people and found in the habitable portions of buildings, including homes, schools, offices, factories, and other public gathering places. Some indoor pollutants, like lead or ozone, are also outdoor pollutants. Others, like formaldehyde or asbestos, are primarily indoor pollutants. Indoor pollutants may be natural (for ex., carbon monoxide or radon) or synthetic (polychlorinated biphenyls [PCBs]), and may originate indoors or outdoors. They may be deliberately produced, naturally occurring, or inadvertent byproducts of human activities. Contents of this report: Introduction; Indoor Pollutants and Health Concerns; Federal Authorities and Programs; Issues: Adequacy and Efficacy of Federal Actions; Federal, State, and Local Responsibilities; Options: Improving on the Status Quo; Reducing the Federal Role; Increasing the Federal Role. This is a print on demand report.
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