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Improving indoor air quality – environmental SCIENTIST journal

The IAQM have been working with the IES to produce an edition of the environmental SCIENTIST journal focussed on improving indoor air quality as part of its commitment to expand its work into indoor air. 

The June 2021 edition of the environmental SCIENTIST examines aspects that are important to understanding how to achieve good indoor air quality. Read about the importance of good indoor air, a monitoring campaign in nurseries and schools, and indoor air quality considerations for companies returning to the office following Covid-19. The full article listing can be viewed below.

In this edition:
  • Why indoor air quality matters – Claire Holman
  • The importance of good indoor air quality – Vina Kukadia
  • Ventilation – Emma Gibbons
  • Monitoring indoor air quality – Peter Walsh
  • The inequality of indoor air quality legislation and assessment criteria – Oliver Puddle
  • IAQM’s indoor air quality guidance – Carl Hawkings
  • Indoor air quality and health – Sani Dimitroulopoulou
  • Collaborating on assessment, design and management – Chris Rush
  • Benzene and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons – Kanan Purkayastha
  • Outdoor air pollution: its ingress and impact on indoor environments – Vina Kukadia
  • Back to the office – Carl Hawkings and Marcus Lurvink
Read the journal. 

The IAQM is consulting members on its new Indoor Air Quality Guidance: Assessment, Monitoring, Modelling and Mitigation. Find out more here.
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