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BOMA TO HOST SEMINAR ON IMPROVING INDOOR AIR CONDITION

 BOMA TO HOST SEMINAR ON IMPROVING INDOOR AIR CONDITION
 EVENT: Seminar "Improving the Indoor Air Condition"
 DATE: Oct. 22, 1992
 TIME: 12:45-5 p.m.
 PLACE: Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza
 White Plains, N.Y.
 To educate building professionals about Indoor Air Quality, the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Westchester, in cooperation with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), will hold their nationwide seminar series, "Improving the Indoor Air Condition," on Oct. 22, 1992.
 The speaker will be Joe Lstiburek, P.E., a professional engineer, building scientist and former custom home builder. He is internationally recognized as an authority on moisture-related building problems and indoor air quality. He authored the U.S. Department of Energy's Handbook on Moisture Control and contributed to the EPA's new guidance manual, Building Air Quality. Lstiburek conducts building investigations throughout the United States and Canada and will share his suggestions for preventing and mitigating IAQ problems.
 The seminar will address the needs of building owners and facility managers, and will also be helpful to health and safety professionals, occupational physicians and a variety of organizations and individuals who work to resolve indoor air pollution problems.
 The cost is $50 for BOMA members, $60 for guests and $75 for non- members. Complimentary registration is available to the working press. To register or arrange an interview with Lstiburek, call the contact below.
 CONTACT: Lisa Simpson of BOMA International, 202-408-2686, or Phyllis Ross of BOMA/Westchester, 914-328-9703/
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