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Unformatted text preview: Indoor Environmental Quality René R. Salazar, Ph.D. Certified Industrial Hygienist Salazar & Spaul Environmental Consultants, Inc. 6607 Heatherton Court • Tampa, Florida 33617 13) 980- 915 • Fax (813) 899- 074 (813) 980 1915 Fax (813) 899 0074 salazarandspaul@earthlink.net verview Overview ackground Information • Background Information • Indoor Pollutants, and Their Sources • Recognition and Evaluation Methods • Control Strategies • Communication Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) IEQ Issues Date Back to Early Times actors Affecting IEQ Factors Affecting IEQ nergy Conservation Strategies • Energy Conservation Strategies • Construction Materials and Furnishings • Technological Changes esulting Effects Resulting Effects crease in Indoor Contaminant Load • Increase in Indoor Contaminant Load • Decrease in Ventilation Quantity onsequences of IEQ Problems Consequences of IEQ Problems otential Health Problems • Potential Health Problems • Reduces Productivity • Creates Potential Liability Problems lements of IEQ Problems Elements of IEQ Problems ource • Source • Pathway • Receiver (occupant) Indoor Air Pollutants May Originate Within the Building, or be Drawn in From Outdoors ypical Air Contaminants Typical Air Contaminants ases • Gases • Vapors • Fibers • Particulates • Biological Agents Pollutants Found Indoors are ommonly ound Outdoors Commonly Found Outdoors Strive to Keep Indoor Pollutants owest chievable evels at Lowest Achievable Levels Prevention equires Source Management Requires Source Management ource Control Source Control entification • Identification • Removal • Isolation • Substitution ypical Indoor Pollutant Sources...
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2011 for the course PHC 6357 taught by Professor Mlynarek,s during the Summer '08 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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