Indoor air quality of everyday use spaces dedicated to specific purposes—a review
According to literature data, some of the main factors which significantly affect the quality of the indoor environment in residential households or apartments are human activities such as cooking, smoking, cleaning, and indoor exercising. The paper presents a literature overview related to air quality in everyday use spaces dedicated to specific purposes which are integral parts of residential buildings, such as kitchens, basements, and individual garages. Some aspects of air quality in large-scale car parks, as a specific type of indoor environment, are also discussed. All those areas are characterized by relatively short time use. On the other hand, high and very high concentration levels of xenobiotics can be observed, resulting in higher exposure risk. The main compounds or group of chemical compounds are presented and discussed. The main factors influencing the type and amount of chemical pollutants present in the air of such areas are indicated.
Mariusz Marć, Monika Śmiełowska, Jacek Namieśnik, Bożena Zabiegała. (2018). Indoor air quality of everyday use spaces dedicated to specific purposes—a review, 25(3), 2065-2082. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-017-0839-8
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