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Creating Buildings That Breathe Cleanly to Limit Indoor Air Pollution

The increase in indoor air pollution is an unfortunate side effect of well-meaning efforts to reduce energy use. As buildings are made more and more airtight to increase efficiency, they can trap dangerous chemicals and gases. “We need to make our buildings more energy efficient,” says ETA’s William Fisk, “but we need to do it in a way that protects our indoor environment.” More>

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