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State of California Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Specifications for Open Panel Office Furniture, 2006
This specification outlines requirements for certifying low-emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) for office furniture systems under the California Department of General Services IFB 55756* - OPEN OFFICE PANEL SYSTEMS, issued November 22, 2006.
Carpet in Schools
The Carpet and Rug Institute is a non-profit trade association for the carpet and rug industry. Their website contains information on indoor air quality, carpet selection, allergy issues, maintenance, acoustics, and other issues.
The GREENGUARD Environmental Institute™ (GEI) is an industry-independent, non-profit organization that oversees the GREENGUARD Certification Program. As an ANSI Accredited Standards Developer, GEI establishes acceptable indoor air standards for indoor products, environments, and buildings. GEI’s mission is to improve public health and quality of life through programs that improve indoor air. A GEI Advisory Board consisting of independent volunteers, who are renowned experts in the areas of indoor air quality, public and environmental health, building design and construction, and public policy, provides guidance and leadership to GEI.
Toxicology Databases for the Work Environment
Compiled by the the Danish National Research Centre for the Working Environment, this site contains links to a variety of databases including chemical substances, occupational exposure limits, bibliographic, MSDSs and much more.
Searchable chemical database.
MSDS Solutions
One of the largest MSDS databases in the world of over 2.5 Million, with 10,000 documents added each month. We are proud to boast over 350,000 subscribers to our services and over 1,500 eService clients.
North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA)
NAIMA is a trade association of North American (United States, Canada and Mexico) manufacturers of fiber glass, rock wool, and slag wool insulation products. NAIMA members manufacture the vast majority of fiber glass, rock and slag wool insulations produced and used in North America. The website offers information on products used for residential buildings, commercial & industrial buildings, HVAC/Duct systems, and more.

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