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National IAQ Standards Committee Developed.

WASHINGTON -- Alan Wozniak, President/CEO of Pure Air Control Services, Clearwater, Florida, a national indoor environmental consulting firm, is a member of the distinguished NEHA/UL IAQ Standards Committee. The Committee's goal and objective was to establish "A Process for Developing An Indoor Air Quality Standard." The report embodies initial effort pursued by UL to develop an Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Standard that can be used to evaluate and certify commodities and services that have applied for UL certification. A significant part of this effort was collaborative with the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) and an appointed NEHA and UL Indoor Air Quality Committee. The membership of the Committee consisted of individuals recognized for their technical, professional or managerial knowledge and skills.

Members of the distinguished national NEHA/UL IAQ Standards Committee include: Dr. Welford Roberts - University Health Sciences, Maryland; Dr. Ginger Gist - Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease, Georgia; Dr. Lawrence Betts - Eastern Virginia Medical School, Virginia; Wayne Morris - Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers, Washington, DC; Alan Wozniak - Pure Air Control Services, Florida; Dr. Paul Crammer - Business Council on Indoor Air, Washington, DC; Tom Dickey - National Environmental Health Association, Iowa; John DiFazio, Jr. Esq. Consumer Specialty Products Association, Washington, DC; Dr. William Field - University of Iowa, Iowa; N. Mike Gilley - Florida Dept. of Health, Florida; Charles Hart, CIH - Ohio University, Ohio; Tom Hart - Linn County Public Health, Iowa; Jack McGurk - Underwriters Laboratories, CA.

The IAQ document is a report of the NEHA/UL IAQ Standards Committee's efforts and deliberations associated with IAQ Standard development and the process that was used to identify and assess the issues. It also provides UL recommendations for a Shared Vision, specific Goals and Objectives, and selected Tasks. Finally, there is a recommendation for the process that can be followed to develop an IAQ Standard.

Stay tuned for more information on the IAQ Standards Committee in upcoming IAQ INSIDER and IEQ REVIEW issues or subscribe at http://www.pureaircontrols.com/. For additional information concerning the IAQ Standard contact Vik Ahuja at 1-800-422-7873 ext 804.

Pure Air Control Services (http://www.pureaircontrols.com/) is a global provider of indoor environmental services with market-leading positions in four businesses: Laboratory services, environmental consulting, IAQ-Screen Test Kits and mold/HVAC remediation.

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