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Indoor Pollution #293953

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 21, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Atlanta, Georgia) Health hazards posed by pollution trapped within modern bldgs. examined. [Joan CARR, Felicity INNES, Gail MITCHELL - describe symptoms.] [Consumer Federation spokesperson Mary Ellen FISE - notes studies indicate incrd. dangers of indoor air over outdoor air.] Sources of indoor pollution listed. [Microbiologist Wallace RHODES - describes range of fungus-related illnesses.] Contamination of Environmental Protection Agency building in Atlanta with formaldehyde levels exceeding agency's own standards cited as example [Health and Human Services spokesperson Joe LORENZ - acknowledges safety industry has ignored office safety until recently.] [Atlanta Ballet spokesperson Kevin DeBOW, Carole GOLDBERG - describe impact on troupe.] [Air filtration supplier John GILES - notes major corps. are dealing with problem discreetly; explains.]
REPORTER: Sandy Gilmour

Dean, Morton;
Gilmour, Sandy

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