ROCKVILLE, MD — Representatives from leading government agencies addressing indoor environmental quality, including The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), will help kick-off the International Air Quality Association''s (IAQA) 14th Annual Meeting by participating in a series of workshops and panel discussions, according to a press release.
The meeting takes place February 15-17, 2011 in San Antonio, Texas, and is being called "The Summit for Healthy Home and Healthy Building Professionals," the release noted.
"Our 14th Annual Meeting will be truly remarkable, in that it is the first of several 2011 conferences that bring government, industry and academia together to discuss healthy homes and healthy buildings," said Carl Grimes, IAQA president.
"The meeting program, coupled with hundreds of booths at the Indoor Air Expo, makes IAQA''s event the most sensational conference for IAQ professionals taking place next year," Grimes added.
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