Indoor Air Quality

Aug 14, 2017

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From mold and mildew to pesticides and radon—which occurs naturally at high levels in Maine—there are many threats to health and wellness inside our homes, schools and businesses. For better indoor air quality, the U.S. Department of Environmental Protection recommends turning over the air in a home every three hours. What other measures can homeowners take, and how does Maine compare to other places in terms of indoor air quality?

Guests: Steven Caulfield, president, Turner Building Science and Design; board member with Maine Indoor Air Quality CouncilKurt Johnson, owner of Fresh Air Ventilation Systems, and board member and past president of Maine Indoor Air Quality Council