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Indoor Environmental Quality

  1. Program Needs for Indoor Environments Research (PNIER), U.S. EPA, 402-B-05-001, March 2005
  2. Bridges, B, Fragrance: emerging health and environmental concerns, Flavour and Fragrance Journal 2002; 17: 361-371
  3. Neurotoxins: At Home and the Workplace, Report by the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Sept. 16, 1986, Report 99-827
  4. National Strategies for Health Care Providers: Pesticide Initiative, The National Environmental Education & Training Foundation (NEETF), and U.S. EPA Implementation Plan, 2002
  5. Recognition and Management of Pesticide Poisonings, Fifth Edition, EPA 735-R-98-003
  6. (Contains information on acute health effects of pesticides, but does not cover the range of effects experienced by people with pesticide or chemical sensitivities).
  7. Sanborn M, et. al, Pesticides Literature Review, The Ontario College of Family Physicians, April 23, 2004
  8. Solomon, G, Pesticides and Human Health, A Resource for Health Care Professionals, Physicians for Social Responsibility and Californians for Pesticide Reform, 2000
  9. McCampbell A, Pesticide Sensitivities, pp. 606-609, in Encyclopedia of Pest Management, Pimentel D, Ed., New York: Marcel Dekker, 2002.
  10. Initial Statement of Reasons for Proposed Amendments to the California Aerosol Coating Products, Antiperspirants and Deodorants, and Consumer Products Regulation, Test Method 310, and Airborne Toxic Control Measure for Para-dichlorobenzene Solid Air Fresheners and Toilet/Urinal Care Products, Volume I: Executive Summary, Air Resources Board, State of California
  11. Cleaning for Health: Products and Practices for a Safer Indoor Environment, INFORM, 2002, Chapters 1-5
  12. EMFs in the Workplace, NIOSH Fact Sheet, DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 96-129
  13. Nazaroff WW, Weschler CJ, Cleaning products and air fresheners: exposure to primary and secondary air pollutants, Atmospheric Environment 38 (2004) 2841-2865.
  14. Nojgaard JK, Christensen KB, Wolkoff P, The effect on human eye blink frequency of exposure to limonene oxidation products and methacrolein, Toxicology Letters 156 (2005) 241-251.
  15. Weschler CJ, Reactions Among Indoor Pollutants: What’s New, Paper #291, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Air and Waste Management Association, Orlando, FL, June, 2001.
  16. Weschler, CJ, Ozone in Indoor Environments: Concentration and Chemistry, Indoor Air 2000;10: 269-288.
  17. Weschler, CJ, Chemical Transformations of Indoor Pollutants: Effects on Indoor Air Quality, In Proceedings of Indoor Climate of Buildings 2004, D. Petras, Ed., Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, 2004, pp. 1-8.
  18. Healthy Hospitals, Controlling Pests Without Harmful Pesticides, report by Beyond Pesticides and Health Care Without Harm, 2003.
  19. Los Angeles Unified School District, Integrated Pest Management Policy, and Integrated Pest Management Procedures Manual, written by Bill Currie of International Pest Management Institute, October, 2000
  20. Healthy Lawn, Healthy Environment, Caring for Your Lawn in an Environmentally Friendly Way, U.S. EPA, 735-K-04-001, September 2004
  21. New Jersey Pesticide Control Regulations, New Jersey Administrative Code Title 7 Chapter 30, Subchapters 1-12 and New Jersey School Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program, Laws and Regulations Supplement, Pesticide Control Regulations, NJAC 7:30-13, Integrated Pest Management in Schools
  22. Health Risk and Needs Assessment for the Airborne Toxic Control Measure for Para-Dichlorobenzene Solid Air Fresheners and Toilet/Urinal Care Products, Air Resources Board, State of California
  23. Texas Voluntary Indoor Air Quality Guidelines for Government Buildings, Texas Department of Health, January 2003
  24. New Jersey Requirements for Diesel-Powered Motor Vehicles, N.J.A.C. 7:27-14