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       Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Saskatchewan! Healthy people. A healthy province.

Health region public health inspectors respond to complaints regarding indoor air quality that may cause human health effects in public buildings and rental units. Examples of concerns/complaints include health effects associated with carbon monoxide, mould, nitrogen dioxide, carbon dioxide, formaldehyde.

Indoor air quality complaints relating to the workplace environment should be referred to Saskatchewan Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment and Labour (see related link below).

Depending on the type of concern, public health inspectors also provide advice on indoor air quality problems that cause health effects in private residences. Examples of concerns or complaints include health effects associated with carbon monoxide, mould, carbon dioxide, formaldehyde.

For further information, please call the public health inspector in your local health region.

The build-up of radon gas in buildings can pose a health hazard.

Related Links

Standards, monitoring and prevention in air quality, drinking water, prepared food and other environmental hazards.

The Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) is a new public information tool that helps Canadians protect their health on a daily basis from the negative effects of air pollution.



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