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HFI release 8.12

August 11, 2011
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The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) Acknowledges
Participants in Healthy Carpet Workgroup (HCW)

Boise ID – The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) wishes to thank the participants of the Healthy Carpet Workgroup (HCW) for their involvement in the discussion of “Asthma and Allergies: The Role of Carpet Selection and Care” during June and July 2011.

HFI has prepared a chronological record of the main contributions and comments of the Healthy Carpet Workgroup (HCW), which is being released to the public and media in a downloadable PDF.
Note: Participation in the workgroup does not imply an endorsement - by participants, their employers, or associated organizations - of the views expressed by the workgroup members or the workgroup collectively.

Participants of the Healthy Carpet Workgroup
Active Discussion Participants (alphabetical listing)
• Werner Braun (Carpet & Rug Institute)
• Gary Cook (Johnson County Community College)
• John Downey (Downey Enterprises Inc.)
• Edward M. Flicker (School Facility Management)
• Steven G. Gilbert (Institute of Neurotoxicology & Neurological Disorders)
• Lynn Krafft (Krafft Cleaning Service, Inc.)
• Jeffrey May (May Indoor Air Investigations LLC)
• Kevin Nichols (Service Shine, LLC)
• Allen Rathey / Moderator (HFI)
• Bethany Richmond (Carpet & Rug Institute)
• Jim H. White (System Science Consulting)

Other Participants (alphabetical listing)
Mike Anaya (Providence Medical Center)
Eric Bates (Jewish Home and Care Center)
Judi Benjamin (Crista Ministries)
Beth Bittenbender (Elliott Affiliates, Ltd.)
Rae Jean Chambers (Kenton County Airport Board)
Doug Coleman (Rockwood School District)
Thomas Cornine (Eco Clean)
Jon Dalton (Africa Inland Mission)
Kim Dillingham (CFH)
C. Ruth Dilworth (Sisters of Charity)
James Ebner (Integrity)
Juan M. Escobar (University of Maryland)
Susan Foster (Ozark Guidance Center)
Philip Garcia (Affinia Hotels)
John Garger (Tandus Flooring)
Derek Garner (Whidbey General Hospital)
Townes Gleaton (Clemson Univ. Housing)
Iman Goldasteh (Clarkson University)
Frank Gonzales (La Vida Llena Retirement)
Shelley Grant (Western Michigan University)
Capri Hahn (Clark County School District)
Darrel Hicks (St. Luke''s Hospital)
Jim Holland (Restoration Consultants)
Rick Hoverson (Advanced Vapor Technologies)
David Jackson (Pinch A Penny Pool-Patio-Spa)
Mike Jacobs (UNL Housing)
Scott Kurth (St. Catherine University)
Keith Lane (LDS Hospital)
Deborah Lema (Racine Industries)
Barb Mather (Copeland Oaks/Crandall Medical Center)
Helen McCoy (Arkansas State University)
Jeanne Meyer (Osceola Medical Center)
Paul Mianecki (Classic Vacs)
Rex Morrison (PCHS)
Ivory Reed (Washington University in St. Louis)
Pat Rice (Rutgers University Facilities)
Angela Scott (Friendship Village Chesterfield)
Mike Sharlow (The Andersen Company)
Yale Smith (Pogo International LLC)
Jill Stewart (Navos Mental Health Solutions)
Jonna Toler (Lawrence & Memorial Hospital)
John Uhlik (Casa Blanca Community School)
Therese Upperman (Lantrip Elementary School)
Vernon (Galaxy Maintenance Services Co.)
Deborah Walker (Johnson County Government)
Bob Woellner (QUEST Environmental)
Alfredo Zamora (Mavagi Int.)
Pamala Zins (Sauk Prairie Memorial Hospital)

About HFI
The Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) strives to provide authoritative information for creating and maintaining clean, healthy indoor environments. Since buildings are ecosystems, HFI works to address the many interrelated aspects of built environments — such as air, water, energy, materials and resources, green cleaning, indoor environmental quality, waste management, people and more — as an integrated or holistic system. Inasmuch as “Clean” is a metaphor for healthy indoor spaces, HFI also emphasizes prevention and removal of pollutants or contaminants to help ensure optimum conditions for living, learning and working.

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