Poor Ventilation Blamed for Causing Indoor Air Pollution
Edsall, Christopher, THE JOURNAL RECORD
Cigarette smoking in the workplace may not be the vile ogre or carcinogenic problem millions perceive it to be, according to Jack E. Peterson, P.E., Ph.D., a certified industrial hygienist who specializes in human toxicology.
Visiting about one state per month, Peterson has been on a nationwide tour sponsored by the Tobacco Institute for the last 18 months. He visited Oklahoma with stops in Oklahoma City and Tulsa in mid-May.
Cigarette smoke is not the big problem in workplace air pollution; the big problem is inadequate ventilation in buildings, Peterson said.
"Although many attribute poor air quality to tobacco smoke in the air, investigations …
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