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Published on Mar 19, 2012

Part of the Clean, Green and Healthy Tribal Schools webinar series hosted by EPA Region 8

A good indoor air quality management plan controls indoor air pollutants, brings in adequate outside air and maintains comfortable temperature and humidity levels. Participants will be introduced to the Tools for Schools Action Kit. Mansel and Graylynn describe how indoor air pollution can be 2‐5 times more polluted than outside air, the dangers of carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds and radon are also discussed.

Presented by Mansel Nelson; Graylynn Jaysue Hudson, Northern Arizona University
Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals
February 2012

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