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Comparison of indoor air quality in electrified and un-electrified dwellings in rural South African villages

H.B. Röllin, A. Mathee, N. Bruce, J. Levin, Y.E.R. von Schirnding, 2004
health | measurement | pollutant
Bibliographic info: Indoor Air 2004, Vol 14, n° 3, pp 208-216, 3 Fig., 3 Tab., 25 Ref.
Languages: English

This paper provides scientific evidence that electrified homes in South African rural villages have lower levels of air pollution compared to the non-electrified homes using fuel or wood. The measured air pollutants were RSP (stationary respirable particulate matter), the CO in the kitchen and the CO on the child.

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