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Pollutant control strategies for acceptable indoor air quality and energy efficiency in retail buildings
Indoor air is associated with substantial health risks and is estimated to be responsible for the loss of over 4.7 million healthy life years (years lost due to morbidity and mortality) annually in the U.S. The highest ...
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 ...