Healthy Indoor Air In School: Secure Your Child’s Care


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Find out if the schools related to you are taking the right steps to having healthy indoor air. Many schools, for the same amount of floor space, may have up to four times as many occupants as an office building. This is a problem that needs to be addressed if the air quality is poor.

Children are more likely have respiratory issues has their bodies are still in development. This article explains some tell-tale signs of whether your school building has air quality problems and some techniques that can be utilized in order to address this issue.

Links to the EPA are also available to provide additional information about how to improve the quality of your school’s indoor air.

More of these sure steps to a healthy indoor air in school here –


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