Indoor Air Quality Issues is a guide to n-industrial indoor environments and how they relate to the welfare and well-being of the occupants. This multi-disciplinary book is designed for all those working in the environmental sciences/health field and ergomists, and it examines the cause and effects of the interactions between occupants and the n-industrial environment (ie. offices and homes). The approach encompasses medical aspects, chemical and microbial concerns, building design and ventilation systems and psychological aspects. Proactive programmes to mitigate and prevent problems are presented and evaluation and investigative techniques and methods used by practitioners and n-professionals are also discussed.