College of Human Environmental Sciences, Department of Architectural Studies, University of Missouri Extension
This is a national consumer education program concerned with increasing awareness among consumers and helping in improving the quality of indoor air in homes. This project was developed to provide basic but comprehensive information to consumers on how to get a handle on indoor air quality. In Missouri this program is taught by trained extension educators in different parts of the state. This program covers 10 indoor air hazards that consumers have to watch out for. These hazards are:
The target audience for this program is homeowners, day care providers, family and consumer science educators, renters, builders, real estate brokers, local government officials, and others interested in housing issues. Workshops can be arranged for community educators who want to teach this in their communities.
After attending this program, participants will realize the importance of controlling pollutants at their sources and know how to take preventive measures to maintain healthy levels of indoor air quality in their homes.
Ronn Phillips, Environmental Design
National web site: www.montana.edu/wwwcxair
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HES Extension Site Administrator