Faced with the regulatory imperative to monitor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), imposed by the Grenelle II Law, Establishments Receiving the Public (ERP) must comply with essential standards. These guarantee a healthy environment for nurseries, schools, colleges, lycées and EHPAD. Poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is associated with respiratory problems, headaches, fatigue and even long-term carcinogenic risks. Conversely, good air quality has proven positive effects on well-being.

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Published on 15 March 2024

Indoor Air Quality: New rules for ERP buildings

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New regulations for Indoor Air Quality

We spend most of our time in enclosed spaces. This exposes us to a variety of pollutants with harmful effects on our health.

Since January 2023, new rules have applied to establishments open to the public (ERP). These include annual assessment of ventilation systems, self-diagnosis, pollutant measurement campaigns, and implementation of an action plan.

Frequently asked questions

Who is affected? How can facilities ensure they comply with the new rules? When do facilities have to comply? What concrete measures can ERP establishments take to ensure good IAQ?

In this white paper, you’ll find all the answers you need to improve Indoor Air Quality in establishments open to the public.

The SHOU EMA solution to improve Indoor Air Quality

Regulations on Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) have an impact on a number of public buildings. They impose strict standards to ensure a healthy environment.

Nexelec offers a turnkey solution, SHOU EMA, to facilitate the evaluation of ventilation systems. This easy-to-use, subscription-free solution ensures regulatory compliance and benefits from French expertise.

Opting for SHOU EMA thus represents a practical and effective solution for ensuring optimal Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) monitoring in Public-Access Establishments (PEA).