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California Interagency Working Group on Indoor Air Quality

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The California Interagency Working Group on Indoor Air Quality (CIWG-IAQ) is an organization of representatives from State, Federal, local, and non-governmental agencies with IAQ oversight or interests. It was established in, under the mandate of Assembly Bill 3200 (Tanner), which directed the Department of Health Services to safeguard the public interest by a coordinated, coherent State effort to protect and enhance the indoor environmental quality in residences, public buildings, and offices in the state. 

The group continues to provide a unique forum for discussion, collaboration, and education on issues of indoor environmental quality, building engineering, and related health effects among the professionals working in the field. There are currently two active committees: Indoor Environmental Quality in Schools and Building Design & Operations.

Meetings occur quarterly, with special presentations on IAQ topics often incorporated. Meeting notes include activity reports from member agencies; notes are posted on-line (see below).

Meeting Notes:

         September (preliminary)

         March (preliminary notes)                                   

         All (combined)                                                    

         September & December (combined)                    notes in PDF format

         March & June (combined)

         notes in PDF format

         December & March (combined) notes in PDF format

         March, June & September (combined)

        

        

        

         Dec & March (combined)

        

        

        

          

          

        

         Sept. & Dec. (combined)

        

        

        

        

         March & June (combined) 

        

        

         June

         March

         December

         September

         June

         March

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Last updated: 05/22/2006

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