Winter Weather and Indoor Air Quality Tips
More information in Standard 184.108.40.206: Playing Outdoors.
Don’t live in a cold climate, or have days when it’s unsuitable to have children go outdoors? Everyone benefits from a quick check of air filters! Filters in forced-air heating and cooling system equipment should be checked and cleaned or replaced according to the manufacturer’s instructions on a regular basis, at least every three months (and more often if necessary). (Standard 220.127.116.11: Maintenance of Air Filters).
Stay safe, healthy, and happy!
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