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RE: [p2] Request for Information on Green, Natural, Commercial Air Fresheners



In the interest of indoor air quality, I suggest not releasing VOCs via
heating essential oils & whatnot.

My first suggestion does involve release of VOCs however:  plants, cut
flowers, balsam fir cuttings, etc.  It's always nice to have that sort
of stuff around.

My second suggestion is more P2-like: keeping the place sufficiently
cleaned & ventilated that air fresheners aren't needed.  There can be
challenges depending on the neighborhood of course.

Bob Minicucci
NH DES
www.des.nh.gov
603-271-2941
 
-----Original Message-----
From: owner-p2tech@great-lakes.net [mailto:owner-p2tech@great-lakes.net]
On Behalf Of Raul E Gonzalez
Sent: Friday, September 07, 2007 1:08 PM
To: p2tech@great-lakes.net
Subject: FW: [p2] Request for Information on Green, Natural, Commercial
Air Fresheners


On behalf of the South Coast Air Quality Management District...

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Ludwig [mailto:RLudwig@dtsc.ca.gov] 
Sent: Friday, September 07, 2007 9:37 AM
To: p2@ucsd.edu
Cc: rrigg@aqmd.gov
Subject: [p2] Request for Information on Green, Natural, Commercial Air
Fresheners

Dear WRPPN Members:

In an effort for the South Coast Air Quality Management (SCAQMD) to use 
"Green" consumer products in their building, SCAQMD is attempting to
locate a 
vendor or manufacturer that carries a green, natural, commercial air
freshener. A search of the web had many natural air fresheners but only
for home use.  
 
SCAQMD could use essential oils, but they require heating.  Another
option would be odor neutralizers that remove odors; however, they do
need to be reapplied when odors return.  Some organizations have decided
to discontinue the use of them all together.  So, SCAQMD is seeking
advice as to alternatives to existing products.
 
Any information you can provide is greatly appreciated.  Please send any
information to Ms. Roberta Riggs of SCAQMD at rrigg@aqmd.gov.  
You may also reach Roberta at (909) 396-2390.

Thank you very much.

Robert

Robert Ludwig
CA DTSC/OPPTD
P.O. Box 806
Sacramento, CA 95812-0806
(916) 324-2659 Fax (916) 327-4494
E-mail:  rludwig@dtsc.ca.gov
www.dtsc.ca.gov/pollutionprevention/index.html




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