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Sixty-two ASTM standards cover the latest research on the measurement of critical indoor air quality parameters and on the quantitative characterization of sources of indoor air contamination. A primary objective of these standards is to provide tools for the accurate and reproducible measurement of indoor air contaminants including volatile organic compounds (VOCs), pesticides, particulate matter and radon. Some of the standards that characterize pollutant sources are used as the basis for voluntary programs that have been effective at reducing building product sources of important contaminants. Others focus on the modeling and interpretation of indoor air quality data. Together, these standards are critical to the proper management of air quality in buildings for the protection of human health and comfort.
This comprehensive collection includes standards from ASTM Committees:
D22.05 Indoor Air
E06 Performance of Buildings
E30 Forensic Sciences
E35 Pesticides, Antimicrobials, and Alternative Control Agents
E47 Biological Effects and Environmental Fate
It meets the industry's need for standards as they relate to other environmental or construction factors useful to engineers, IAQ investigators, researchers, building developers and designers, as well as those who monitor indoor air quality.
The ultimate goal of developing data on indoor air composition is to create healthier building environments.
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