Arizona - Air Quality: Program Requirement

Area: 
Program Requirement
Policy Type: 
Regulation
Summary: 

State law requires districts to address indoor air quality in schools.

Arizona Administrative CODE R7-6-215 Title 7. Education Chapter 6.School Facilities Board Article 2. Minimum School Facility Guidelines - Classroom Air Quality

A. Each general, science, and art classroom shall have a HVAC system capable of maintaining a CO2 level of not more than 800 PPM above the ambient CO2 level.

B. The air quality shall be measured at a work surface in the approximate center of the classroom, under normal conditions.

C. A random sample of 10 percent of the general, science, and art classrooms in each building shall be measured to determine the classroom air quality level for the school facility.

D. For purposes of this Section, all portable or modular buildings located at a school facility that were manufactured in the same year and installed at the school facility at the same time are considered a single building.


Arizona Administrative Code, Title 7. Education, Chapter 6. School Facilities Board, Article 2. Minimum School Facility Guidelines, R7-6-215 Classroom Air Quality

A. Each general, science, and art classroom shall have a HVAC system capable of maintaining a CO2 level of not more than 800 PPM above the ambient CO2 level.

B. The air quality shall be measured at a work surface in the approximate center of the classroom, under normal conditions.

C. A random sample of 10 percent of the general, science, and art classrooms in each building shall be measured to determine the classroom air quality level for the school facility.

D. For purposes of this Section, all portable or modular buildings located at a school facility that were manufactured in the same year and installed at the school facility at the same time are considered a single building.

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