Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air pollutants are unwanted sometimes harmful materials in the air. They range from dust to chemicals to radon and are emitted from an incredible variety of sources.EPA report says that "Indoor air is on average 2 to 10 times as polluted as worst outdoor air". Indoor air quality is influenced due to the emission of new materials and products from building materials, insulation, etc, in addition, to the combustion process of cooking, fuel heating and tobacco smoking. This chapter addresses two important issues: a) Indoor air quality monitoring b) Indoor air quality control

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