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Information on State IAQ Laws and Policies—Environmental Law Institute

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*Information on State IAQ Laws and Policies
Environmental Law Institute*

Have you ever wondered what your states IAQ laws or policies are? The Environmental Law Institute (ELI) has a wealth of information on how states are addressing long-standing and emerging indoor air quality (IAQ) issues.

ELIs materials on IAQ are all available “free” at [ ], ELIs portal for its Indoor Environments and Green Buildings Program. From the portal, you can browse among general topics or choose a type of publication.

*Topics*ELI materials are organized into five areas:

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*Schools/ChildCare* [ ]

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*Radon* [ ]

*Mold* [ ]

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*Publications*The following materials cover a variety of IAQ issues:

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*Database of State IAQ Laws [ ]*A broad compilation of laws updated annually.

*Topics in School Environmental Health [ ]*Listings of state laws on the following school IAQ topics (updated periodically): mold, radon, carbon monoxide, building ventilation, integrated pest management, vehicle idling, green cleaning, IAQ during renovations and IAQ management plans.

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*Policy Briefs [ ]*Short descriptions of state policies addressing a range of topics (updated periodically): indoor chemical exposures (identifying and regulating priority chemicals); IAQ in rental dwellings; radon control in new home construction; green cleaning in schools; healthy, high-performance school construction; IAQ in nail salons; and air quality in indoor ice arenas.

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*Research Reports [ ]*In-depth analysis and discussion of state policies and programs on a wide range of topics, from reducing environmental exposures in child care settings to addressing IAQ in energy retrofits.

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*State Program Profiles [ ]*Brief descriptions of innovative IAQ informational resources and programs developed by state agencies.

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