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When the Inside Air is a Health Hazard

(August 26, 2015)

The indoor air quality inspections of the Redwood Gospel Mission properties in Santa Rosa (see the North Bay Report for August 26) , and the Sanchez family’s home, were a joint donation by the Green Building Council and Healthy Building Science of San Francisco. The local chapter of the GBC will hold a special workshop on indoor air quality issues on Oct. 3.  Listen:


Assessing Indoor Air Quality

(August 25, 2015)

Indoor air quality problems can be a serious health concern, but they are invisible, and often hard to detect or trace.  On today’s North Bay Report, Bruce Robinson tags along as anold and heavily used building gets checked out by specialized environmental inspectors. Listen:

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