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Indoor air pollution - Some Canadian experiences

Ferahian R H., 1984
air change rate | air conditioning | air quality | ventilation | energy conservation | formaldehyde | health | heating | house | insulation | office | standard | organic compound
Bibliographic info: Indoor Air. Vol.1 Recent Advances in the Health Sciences and Technology edited by B. Berglund, T. Lindvall and J. Sundell. Swedish Council for Building Research. Stockholm. 20-24 August 1984, 207-212, 6 refs. in English #DATE 20:08:1984 AIC bk,
Languages: English

It is only recently that indoor air pollution has begun to attract the attention it deserves in Canadian Governmental and Building code circles. Two main events have been catalytic towards this increased emphasis. First, the ban on the use of ur


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