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Indoor air pollution in the Netherlands.

Lebret E, Van de Wiel H J, Boleij J S M, et al., 1982
carbon monoxide | nitrogen dioxide | pollutant | organic compound | particulate
Bibliographic info: Wageningen, Netherlands: Agricultural University, 1982. 8p. 2 figs, 6 tabs, 16 refs.
Languages: English

Reports results of studies of concentrations of carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, respirable suspended particulate matter and volatile hydrocarbons in houses in the Netherlands. Carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide were studied in about 300 homes in Arnhem and Enschede in October-December 1980. Respirable suspended particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide and volatile hydrocarbons were measured in 175 houses in Ede in winter 1981-82. Indoor air pollution was often much higher than the common outdoor levels. In several houses existing or proposed standards for ambient air were exceeded.


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