Indoor air quality is a major issue for people’s health and well-being. Indeed, we spend almost 90% of our time in enclosed spaces. These typically include workplaces, our homes, public buildings (ERP), buildings and means of transport. That’s why it’s important to take the right steps to maximize air quality in indoor environments. Confined spaces are teeming with pollutants such as Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Fine Particles (PM), Carbon Monoxide (CO) and more. Not always visible to the naked eye, they can be very dangerous to health.
The Indoor Air Quality Guide
Contrary to popular belief, indoor air quality is far more polluted than outdoor air quality. The Covid-19 crisis has raised questions in people’s minds. Indeed, this virus has shown us that without proper ventilation or aeration of enclosed spaces, pollutants settle in and air quality deteriorates.
What is Indoor Air Quality? What are the different pollutants? How to interpret them? What’s at stake and what are the laws? How can we protect ourselves from all these pollutants? In this white paper, you’ll find all the answers you need to improve the Indoor Air Quality of your building or home.
Take an in-depth look at what Indoor Air Quality means, and the associated figures for France and the rest of the world. And learn to interpret the different pollutants in the air.
Understand the challenges of Indoor Air Quality, the costs involved and the new regulations in force.
Find out what you can do to reduce the risk of pollution. Finally, learn more about direct-reading sensors and Nexelec solutions.