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Association of Personal and Workplace Characteristics with Health, Comfort And Odor: A Survey of 3948 Office Workers in Three Buildings
A questionnaire on health symptoms, workplace conditions, and perceived indoor air quality was administered to 3948 employees of the Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, DC in the winter ofExpand
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Air pollution effects on ventilatory function of US schoolchildren. Results of studies in Cincinnati, Chattanooga, and New York.
The ventilatory performance of elementary schoolchildren living in neighborhoods of high and low air pollution in Cincinnati, Chattanooga, and New York was evaluated by in-school measurements ofExpand
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Family surveys of irritation symptoms during acute air pollution exposures. 1970 summer and 1971 spring studies.
New York and Southeastern neighborhoods participating in the Community Health and Environmental Surveillance (CHESS) program of the Environmental Protection Agency were studied during air pollutionExpand
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EPA's Indoor Air Q1ucflity and Work Environment Survey : Relationships of Employees' Self-Reported Health Symptoms with Direct Indoor Air Quality Measurements
In recent years, employees at the three headquarters buildings of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the Washington, D.C. area have expressed concerns about air quality and workExpand
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Workplace characteristics associated with health and comfort concerns in three office buildings in Washington, DC
Nearly 4000 employees of a Federal Agency in Washington, DC were surveyed in March of 1989 to determine their health symptoms, comfort concerns, and reports of odor during the previous year. TheirExpand
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US EPA/ORD large buildings study: Results of the initial survey of randomly selected GSA buildings
The Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Laboratory (AREAL), Office of Research and Development (ORD), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is initiating a research program to collectExpand
Clean Air and Economic Development: An Urban Initiative
The Air Quality Technical Assistance Demonstration (AQTAD) program is a $4 million grant program designed to help urban areas test innovative and replicable ways to attain air quality standards,Expand
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