It is important to understand that by reducing outdoor air pollution we will in turn reduce indoor air pollution resulting in better indoor air quality and better health. In offices around Australia polluted outdoor air is what is drawn in by air-conditioning units supplying air to the indoor environment. Air-conditioning units are not air filters and only contain a filter that will prevent large particles from damaging the equipment. Indoor air quality monitoring conducted by Ecolibria in city offices and those in close proximity to busy roads has revealed elevated levels of carbon monoxide ( CO ), ultrafine particulate matter and hydrocarbons.
News Relating To Aspects of Building Biology
Please find below news and articles relating to aspects of Building Biology including electromagnetic fields (EMF), electromagnetic radiation (EMR), toxic chemicals in everyday products, mould and adverse health effects, indoor air quality concerns and phone towers