The Community College of Rhode Island administration is aware of the importance of maintaining a healthy indoor environment and strives to provide it at all times for its faculty, staff and students. CCRI's approach to maintaining good indoor air quality is many-fold and involves the participation of a wide segment of the College community.
During the ongoing construction of the new Knight Campus wings and the many changes being made to the HVAC system, every effort is being made to maintain the balance of the system and ensure the comfort of the building inhabitants.
For information about what the federal government is doing about indoor air quality, visit the website of the Environmental Protection Agency at http://www.epa.gov. This website has links to many other safety and environmental topics of great interest. For specific information on Tools for Schools, the EPA's program for helping school building occupants understand, diagnose and correct indoor air problems, start with the EPA Tools for Schools program athttp://www.epa.gov/iaq/schools/actionkit.html.
333-7047 or 333-7048
If no one answers the phone, leave a recorded message giving your name, telephone extension, the date of the problem and its exact location.
Physical Plant Director
may be contacted at
825-2111 firstname.lastname@example.org if a problem is not resolved quickly.
Air quality problems are given the highest priority and are investigated as soon as possible.