Workplace air quality gets little attention

More than 1.3 million office buildings in the U.S. have air-quality problems that could lead to health problems among workers, according to the Labor Department's Occupational Health and Safety Administration. And, according to a report from researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, Calif., U.S. companies could save $200 billion in lost workforce productivity…

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