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Indoor Air Quality researcher at the University of Tulsa. He was the Program Manager, Indoor Air Pollution Research, Center for Environmental Research and Technology, University of Tulsa.
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1991 Mar 14: Report on "IAQ: Solutions for the 90's" conference in Washington DC. He was the keynote speaker and wanted smoking bans. The report denigrates him as "expertise lies in providing public relations and public outreach in the area of indoor air pollution  intended for the layperson."
He "feels that building management is a balance between energy conservation and IAQ. He reported that the cost of even 1% absenteeism is eight times what the associated energy saving would be. [He was also dubious about SBS] He considers ETS to be a "serious" problem."
1992 Apr 13: Chairman of an IAQ conference at the University of Tulsa. He was promoting the need to act in a proactive fashion.