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Outdoor (Po) and initial concentrations of each contaminant, along with contaminant generation rates within the room (ĠPr) and within the manure pit (ĠPp), are also provided in Table III.Air Pollution Control DevicesFive air pollution control technologies were included in these simulationsThis room, confirmed by field measurements of Reeve et al.,(19) had minimal ammonia concentrations, which may be atypical of other production operationsThe Air District may require a permit for coffee roasters, charbroilers, and smokehousesType Two materials can become repositories (often referred to as "sinks") for substances that can be released much later or that promote subsequent mold growthSee Radon Measurement in Schools (Revised Edition) [EPA 402-R-92-014, July 1993]Water-based paints are generally safer to handle and can be cleaned up with water, reducing health risks to workers and minimizing/avoiding hazardous wasteCommonly used heaters in swine barns rely on propane gas combustion, with limited combustion gas ventilation to outside the buildingThe recommended minimum volume of outdoor air needed for flush out is the amount needed to ventilate the full school at least once each hour (1 ACH, or air change per hour), 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekSee also Reducing Radon in Schools: A Team Approach [EPA 402-R-94-008, April 1994] at Publications about RadonRene Anthony, Ralph Altmaier, Jae Hong Park, and Thomas M
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