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Med.: Indoor Pollution #112832

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 10, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Completion of Environmental Protection Agency study on indoor pollution reported Report introduced.

(Gainesville, Florida: Kathleen deLaski) Med. impact of indoor air pollution featured; scenes shown. [At University of Florida, Dr. Glenwood GUNN, PEOPLE - describe symptoms resulting from being in building] Discovery of mold in insulation in building detailed; "sick building syndrome" described. Similar problems in bldgs. in San Francisco, California, Anchorage, AK, and Environmental Protection Agency building in Washington, DC detailed. Impt. of poor ventilation and bad maintenance in causing sick bldgs. detailed; scenes shown. [MEN - explain problems.] [Sick building consultant Gray ROBERTSON - talks about what is found in ventilation systems.] [University of Michigan Dr. Harriet BURGE - comments on indoor pollution.] [ROBERTSON - says little money is spent studying indoor air.]

Jennings, Peter;
deLaski, Kathleen

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