Rethinking indoor air chemistry

Rethinking indoor air chemistry.
People typically spend 90 percent of their lives inside, at home, at work or in transport. Within these enclosed spaces, occupants are exposed to a multitude of chemicals from various sources, including outdoor pollutants penetrating indoors, gaseous emissions from building materials and furnishings, and products of our own activities such as cooking and cleaning. In addition, we are potent mobile emission sources of chemicals that enter the indoor air from our breath and skin.

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If you work in an office air quality is important. I’ve noticed that if I don’t have a window open even just a little bit I look and feel tired after a couple of days, even if other windows in the house are open…