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Indoor Air SIG


The Indoor Air and Environment Special Interest Group (IA&E) of the Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand is interested to promote discussion and debate on the state of knowledge and the quality of indoor air, and on related environmental health concerns. The group encourages research, education, community awareness and management of issues related to this topic.


The IA&E group has concerns that the importance of indoor air quality is not adequately addressed in our Society. There is no national framework for assessment, monitoring, control or management of indoor air quality issues. One of the aims of this group is to work towards the establishment of an appropriate national body for better understanding and management of indoor air quality.

Expression of Interest
Deputy Chair - Indoor Air Special Interest Group


The Executive of the Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand invites interested members to submit an Expression of Interest for the role of Deputy Chair of the Society's Indoor Air Special Interest Group (SIG).


The Deputy Chair will work with the Chair, Joseph Scholz, to lead a group of CASANZ members across Australia and New Zealand who have specified their interest in Indoor Air. To view the Terms of Reference for CASANZ SIGs click here. The successful applicant will be selected by members of Council.  The position is voluntary.


The Executive would like to encourage applications from those members with an interest in developing future workshops, webinars and technical meetings of SIG members and also non-members.  The SIG workshops provide a platform to discuss relevant and topical environmental issues for scientists, engineers and others working in the field of indoor air quality and indoor air pollution.


For further information regarding this position of Deputy Chair, you may wish to contact Joseph Scholz, Chair of the Indoor Air SIG on:  If you are interested in applying, please send your Expression of Interest with a brief CV (3-4 pages) to the Executive Director, Dr Arlie McQueen, by email at: by 12 July, 2013.


Bill Trompetter
Deputy Chair   
Travis Ancelet


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