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LEED O+M: Existing Buildings | v4 - LEED v4

Indoor air quality management program

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EQ Credit: Indoor Air Quality Management Program

Indoor Air Quality Management Program
  • Ensure that the IAQ management program includes all components listed in Step 2 in the Reference Guide. If the documentation is lengthy, consider highlighting the required components to readily demonstrate that all items have been addressed.
  • Ensure that the IAQ management program includes procedures to perform a full I-BEAM audit once every five years.
  • Ensure that a report of the IAQ audit results is provided and that it includes all required elements:
    • List of the interior spaces, exterior spaces, and systems that were audited and a description of the checklist used for each.
    • List or brief description of all issues identified during the audit.
    • Description of actions taken to remedy no-cost issues and date of completion.
    • Description of the strategy and timeline to remedy issues that require expenditure.
    • Confirmation that the I-BEAM Baseline IAQ audit forms were used to conduct the audit.
  • Ensure that the I-BEAM Baseline IAQ audit forms (Section A) are used to conduct the audit. The Section A Baseline IAQ Audit forms are available at http://www2.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq/indoor-air-quality-building-e....
  • Ensure that all HVAC system components included in the I-BEAM Baseline IAQ Audit forms (Section A) have been addressed. If any of the 24 HVAC system components listed in the I-BEAM forms are not included in the systems at the project building, consider providing a narrative explaining that this is the case.
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