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Sources of Indoor Air Pollution — Carbon Monoxide (CO)

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Office of Air and Radiation page - "CO - How Carbon Monoxide Affects the Way We Live and Breathe"

Office of Research and Development:

National Center for Environmental Health
Air and Respiratory Health Branch
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
"Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Fact Sheet" -
"You Can Prevent Carbon Monoxide Exposure" - 

U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission,
Office of Information and Public Affairs,
Washington, D.C. 20207
Carbon Monoxide Questions and Answers (CPSC document #466)

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission protects the public from the unreasonable risk of injury or death from 15,000 types of consumer products under the agency's jurisdiction. To report a dangerous product or a product-related injury, you can go to CPSC's forms page — and use the first on-line form on that page. Or, you can call CPSC's hotline at (800) 638-2772 or CPSC's teletypewriter at (800) 638-8270, or send the information to

"Your Home Fire Safety Checklist" ( - CPSC

American Lung Association Fact Sheet on Carbon Monoxide

Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Fact Sheet on Carbon Monoxide (a pdf file) - 

"Carbon Monoxide Poisoning"

Medline Plus Health Topics, a service of the U.S. National National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health

About Carbon Monoxide Detectors:

Underwriters' Laboratory - Product Safety Tips - Carbon Monoxide Alarms -

Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) - "What You Need to Know about Carbon Monoxide Detectors"

CPSC Recommends Carbon Monoxide Alarm for Every Home (January 18, 2001 CPSC Release # 01-069)

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recommends that every home should have a carbon monoxide (CO) alarm. CPSC also urges consumers to have a professional inspection of all fuel- burning appliances -- including furnaces, stoves, fireplaces, clothes dryers, water heaters, and space heaters -- to detect deadly carbon monoxide leaks.  CPSC recommends that every home should have at least one CO alarm that meets the requirements of the most recent Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 2034 standard or International Approval Services 6-96 standard.

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