Jung Ha Park, Jin Chul Park and Eon Ku Rhee
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31st AIVC Conference " Low Energy and Sustainable Ventilation Technologies for Green Buildings", Seoul, Korea, 26-28 October 2010

Child care center, one of the public facilities, has recently been increased. It is because of the government's childbirth policy. In particular, infants and children who use this place are frequently exposed in danger because of their biological characteristics. They stay in child care center over 7 hours a day in average. Therefore, the importance of the child care center's indoor air has been increased. Thus, survey and investigation of the child care center's indoor air are conducted in this study. Moreover, preliminary data will be suggested for management of the child care center's indoor air quality. The measurement items are PM10, Asbestos, CO, CO2, NO2, VOCs, HCHO, Rn and Ozone. And fact finding was conducted in 30 child care centers. Moreover, the survey about the consciousness and administration of satisfaction and interest in indoor air quality targeting 161 teachers who worked in child care centers.