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Formaldehyde in high school classrooms
Schools have a unique place in the fabric of America. Yet there is growing evidence that poor indoor air quality (IAQ) leads to increases in student illnesses and absenteeism, decreases in academic performance, and increased ...
Assessing sheep’s wool as a filtration material for the removal of formaldehyde in the indoor environment
Formaldehyde is one of the most prevalent and toxic chemicals found indoors, where we spend ~90% of our lives. Chronic exposure to formaldehyde indoors, therefore, is of particular concern, especially for sensitive populations ...
Assessing and controlling concentrations of volatile organic compounds in the retail environment
Retail buildings have potential for both short-term (customer) and long-term (occupational) exposure to indoor pollutants. A multitude of sources of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are common to the retail environment. ...
Formaldehyde as an indoor air quality metric for homes : control strategies and energy consequences
The renewed emphasis on energy conservation in the building sector has resulted in advances in residential building envelope design and construction that have led to ever tighter homes, lower energy consumption and reduced ...