Air samples were analyzed for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and formaldehyde and compared to a baseline outdoor air samples. W&M also used a photoionization detector (PID) and determined that there was detectable concentration of VOCs at the entrance to the store. Review of data from the sampling indicated that the most likely source of the VOCs was some off-gassing occurring from the products on display and/or building materials inside the store.
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