AIHA Indoor Environmental Quality Committee V4 Comments

//AIHA Indoor Environmental Quality Committee V4 Comments

AIHA Indoor Environmental Quality Committee V4 Comments

AIHA Releases their comments on the IAQ V4 testing

The mission of the committee is to provide a forum for exchanging ideas and information about indoor environmental quality and to participate in the development and analysis of related technological and regulatory issues. Below is the link from their paper…as always comments are always needed.

The main differences for LEED v4 from LEED 2009 are:

• The addition of PM 2.5 and ozone in EPA nonattainment areas

• The target chemicals listed in CDPH Standard Method v1.1, Table 4-1 (based upon OEHHA CRELs)

• Additional test methods for formaldehyde and TVOCs were also added for LEED v4

By |2017-04-10T19:05:57+00:00|LEED|Comments Off on AIHA Indoor Environmental Quality Committee V4 Comments

About the Author:

Russ has been doing GC/GMS technology for over 30 years in the environmental, indoor air quality and BioGas industries. He holds a degree in Chemistry and has been working with many government officials such as the EPA, DOH and DOD just to name a few. He started Centek Laboratories back in 2003 with 1 GC/MS system and a hand full of canisters to test for volatile organic compounds (VOC's) utilizing EPA Method TO-15. Over the years he applied this type of chemistry to other industries. Centek Laboratories is not only doing IAQ for LEED certification but also in the vapor intrusion, industrial hygiene, BioGas and product testing fields. Russ has also been published and presented with engineering firms for vapor intrusion for the UMAS conference in Amherst, MA. He has also helped countless LEED consultants with testing and problem solving with specific IAQ issues to run a successful LEED eq. 3.2 programs. Russ has also promoted the laboratory to be everything green with the use of reusable media and minimal paperless programs. Centek Labs Air Quality Testing in Syracuse, New York