The Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has sent Congress an EPA INDOOR AIR QUALITY
IMPLEMENTATION PLAN, Including a separate Appendix called "Preliminary Indoor Air Pollution
Information Assessment," which describes current knowledge of indoor air quality. In the Plan, EPA says
how it intends to tackle the recently-recognized contamination of homes by hazardous chemicals oozing out
of building materials and consumer products. The Plan is available free from: EPA Public Information
Center, 401 M Street, SW, Washington, DC 20460; phone (202) 3822080. Be sure to request the separate
--Peter Montague, Ph.D.
Descriptor terms: indoor air pollution; epa; planning;