Indoor Air Quality In Your Home
With the increased focus on energy efficiency many of today's homes have been constructed to be airtight boxes. One drawback of such design is a lack of outside ventilation, causing homes to become stuffy and indoor air pollutants to accumulate inside the home. It is important to periodically allow fresh air into the home by leaving a window or a door open to help flush out indoor air pollutants.
Hila Wright, MPH, CIH, CIEC
Indoor Air Quality Dept. Manager
Corporate Industrial Hygienist
Clark Seif Clark, Inc.