Indoor Air Quality Links
  • Information about mold from the Epidemiology Section of the North Carolina Department of Public Health.
  • The Environmental Protection Agency has an extensive amount of information on indoor air quality including articles on asthma, molds and mildew, second-hand smoke, air quality in schools, and radon at their Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).
  • The Occupational Health and Safety Administration has a page on Safety and Health Topics: Indoor Air Quality, which covers recognition, evaluation, and control of indoor air quality problems, and a section on compliance with current laws and requirements.
  • The U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission has a number of publications on how to protect yourself from paint strippers, asbestos, lead, carbon monoxide, as well as information about carpet, water sealers, portable generators, room humidifiers, and a host of other topics.
  • The California Research Bureau of the California State Library has prepared a paper on Molds, Toxic Molds, and Indoor Air Quality (PDF) that contains much useful information about a topic much in the news today.
  • Healthy Indoor Air for America's Homes is the General Services Administration website for Indoor Air Quality. This is part of the Federal Citizen Information Center in Pueblo, Colorado.