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Table of Combustion Products (C) Wiley Steven BlissCombustion Products & Indoor Air Quality Hazards

  • INDOOR COMBUSTION PRODUCTS & IAQ - CONTENTS: Combustion products & hazards from home heating oil, LP gas, natural gas, woodstoves, etc. Carbon monoxide - sources, health effects, typical indoor levels, steps to reduce exposure. Nitrogen dioxide -sources, health effects, typical indoor levels, steps to reduce exposure. Sulfur dioxide (sulphur dioxide) -sources, health effects, typical indoor levels, steps to reduce exposure. Respirable particles -sources, health effects, typical indoor levels, steps to reduce exposure. Second-hand tobacco smoke - sources, health effects, typical indoor levels, steps to reduce exposure
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Table of combustion products & related indoor air hazards:

Here we provide a table listing common indoor air quality contaminants caused by combustion (heaters, fireplaces, smoking, etc), their sources, effects, typical levels, and steps to reduce exposure.



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Table of Combustion Products Found Indoors

This article series includes excerpts from Best Practices Guide to Residential Construction, by Steven Bliss, courtesy of Wiley & Sons

The following table lists common indoor air hazards and contaminants generated by combustion such as heating equipment, fireplaces, woodstoves, kerosene heaters, smoking. The table provides, for each contaminant, the name, description, primary household sources, health effects, typical exposure levels, and steps to reduce exposure. [Click to enlarge any image]

Table of common indoor combustion product air quality hazards, sources, effects, and solutions (C) J Wiley, Steven Bliss

- Adapted with permission from Best Practices Guide to Residential Construction.

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