March 10, 2007

Indoor Air Quality Publication

The National Institute for Building Sciences has published a report on Indoor Environmental Quality which contains recommendations for improving the air quality in buildings in order to make them accessible to sensitive people. The result will be healthier air for everyone. There is also a brief section of electromagnetic fields.

The report is fairly detailed and contains useful information such as selecting healthy building materials, safe pest control, cleaning chemicals, and policies on smoking, fragrance use, cell phone use, and vehicle idling.

Although I am sensitive to air pollution and many fragrances, I do not react noticeably to electromagnetic fields. I have met people who do. How difficult that would be in our electrical-dependent wireless-using society.

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