Although there are no regulations for indoor air quality set by EPA, they have developed a national educational program on improving indoor air quality in homes. The project provides information on carbon monoxide, radon, formaldehyde, molds, lead, and other air hazards. The Indoor Environments Division is tasked with implementing EPA’s Indoor Environments Program, their non-regulatory program for indoor air pollution.
The EPA is concerned with pollution that threatens the general public, like polluting waterways or the air everyone must breath. Private pollution, such as the air in your house, is not a concern for them.
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