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Program: Indoor Air Quality


Henry Slack - ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer>

From 1991 to April 2018, Henry Slack managed the Indoor Air Program for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Region 4, which covers eight southeastern states. In this position, he offered expertise concerning indoor air to citizens or public agencies with questions on topics as diverse as mold, odors, ozone, carbon monoxide, air cleaners, ventilation systems, and secondhand tobacco smoke. The EPA program is non-regulatory.

Mr. Slack earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry in 1974 from Southwestern at Memphis (now called Rhodes College) in Memphis, Tennessee, and a Master of Science in 1980 from Georgia Institute of Technology. He joined ASHRAE in 1988.

Although retired from EPA, he has been happy to continue as a Distinguished Lecturer for ASHRAE. He also volunteers with the Citizens' Climate Lobby, a nonpartisan grassroots advocacy organization focused on national policies to address climate change.


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