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Tribal IAQ Education and Information

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Region 10 Tribal Indoor Air Quality Project offers one-on-one assistance and consultation, in person, on the telephone, or via email.

Our staff has provided IAQ assistance to tribes in the West for more than 10 years. To take advantage of our expertise and materials, contact Todd Currier, Assistant Director of the WSU Energy Program, at 360-956-2038 or

Select IAQ Resources

Indoor Air Quality, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Indoor Air Quality, WSU Energy Program

Indoor Air Hazards Every Homeowner Should Know About, Healthy Indoor Air for America's Homes, a partnership bof the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Montana State University Extension Service, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture

For a free copy of a 12-minute DVD on mold and moisture in houses, "Mold: Causes, Prevention, Clean-up," contact Todd Currier at 360-956-2038 or

IAQ at home

A Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture and Your Home, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Keeping Homes Dry, a WSU Energy Program fact sheet

Household Products Update

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) household products database has been updated and now includes 6,000 brand-name products. The database is a consumer guide that provides information on the potential health effects of chemicals contained in common household products used in and around the home. This resource helps scientists and consumers learn about ingredients in brand-name products and can help people avoid those that trigger asthma.

To see the database, go to:

IAQ in Schools

Managing Asthma in the School Environment, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

IAQ News, a WSU Energy Program quarterly newsletter

IAQ in Office Buildings

Indoor Air Quality Building, Education and Assessment Guidance (I-BEAM), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Building Air Quality: A Guide for Building Owners and Facility Managers, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency