Using Instruments to Measure Indoor Air Quality: How and When they can be useful in your Tribal IAQ Investigations

Training | General

Webinar date: April 14, 2011

Air quality is an ongoing concern in many tribal homes, schools and buildings. Conducting a visual assessment is often enough to identify problems, yet with certain contaminants – namely mold – the source isn’t always visible or easily traced. When you need to know what’s happening within the walls, beneath floors, or in the movement and exchange of air itself, air quality instruments can be an important diagnostic tool.


Dave Blake - Northwest Clean Air Agency

Rich Prill - WSU Cooperative Extension