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Healthy Facility Brief – Steps for Protecting Indoor Air Quality

Clean air is a basic human need, and protecting it a top health priority.

 

Below are ten steps to protect Indoor Air Quality. They are not numbered as you can start wherever desired:

  • Place, maintain, generous entry mats to remove tracked in pesticide, road dust, other outdoor particles. Clean and replace frequently.
  • Declutter the indoor environment to reduce dust harbors, which will also reduce cleaning-related labor.

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Healthy Facility Brief – Steps for Protecting Indoor Air Quality

Created on March 9th, 2017.  Last Modified on May 19th, 2017

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