Survey: Indoor environmental quality in buildings

 health  indoor air quality
Published by Build Up

Quantifying the health and performance gains of enhanced indoor environmental quality in offices, schools and hospitals.

Across Europe, 90 million children and young people spend their weekdays in schools, colleges and universities. More than one in three of the working population is office-based.

 

And every year, 90 million patients spend more than a week on average in hospitals. Yet the impact of the indoor environment on people's health, well-being and performances is not well understood or adequately addressed in EU.

 

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