The goals of management of Indoor Environmental Quality are multiple: improvement of productivity in the work environment, occupant and worker health, and quality of sensitive products; protection of furnishings and decor, building HVAC equipment components; and building security; and reduction of building maintenance, energy costs, and fire hazards. Improvements in the health of building occupants are associated with cost savings in building operations. An ordered hierarchy of management strategies includes source control, exposure control, ventilation, and air purification. Purification of indoor air environments of bioaerosols by enhanced photocatalytic processes is the focus of this paper. Read the complete white paper analysis below.