Unless purchasing specifications include requirements to protect indoor air quality (IAQ), office furniture can be one of the most significant contributors to indoor air pollution. The foam from seat cushions, the plywood and particleboard, the adhesives, the paints and finishes, and other materials used to make furniture can all release harmful chemicals into the office environment long after they are installed. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air ...
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