Indoor air quality in public utility environments-a review
Indoor air quality has been the object of interest for scientists and specialists from the fields of science such as chemistry, medicine and ventilation system design. This results from a considerable number of potential factors, which may influence the quality of the broadly understood indoor air in a negative way. Poor quality of indoor air in various types of public utility buildings may significantly affect an increase in the incidence of various types of civilisation diseases. This paper presents information about a broad spectrum of chemical compounds that were identified and determined in the indoor environment of various types of public utility rooms such as churches, museums, libraries, temples and hospitals. An analysis of literature data allowed for identification of the most important transport paths of chemical compounds that significantly influence the quality of the indoor environment and thus the comfort of living and the health of persons staying in it.
Monika Śmiełowska, Mariusz Marć, Bożena Zabiegała. (2017). Indoor air quality in public utility environments-a review. Environmental Science And Pollution Research, (12), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-017-8567-7
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