Indoor Air Quality

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Americans spend up to 90% of their time indoors. Many indoor allergens and irritants can play a significant role in triggering asthma attacks.

Mold

Asthma and Mold (Spanish)
Reducing Moisture (Spanish)
Utah Mold Resources (Spanish)

Other Mold Resources

A Brief Guide to Mold Moisture and Your Home
Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings
Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Indoor Asthma Trigger Fact Sheets

Secondhand Smoke and Asthma Fact Sheet
Asthma Triggers at Home (Spanish)
Asthma-friendly cleaning supplies (Spanish)
Indoor Asthma Triggers in Utah

Web Sites

EPA Indoor Air Quality
EPA Indoor Environmental Asthma Triggers
Utah Environmental Epidemiology Program
Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Control
CDC’s Healthy Homes Initiative
National Center for Healthy Housing
Tobacco Prevention and Control Program
Asbestos