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On the study of a sick building : the case of Athens Air Traffic Control Tower

Assimakopoulos V.D., Helmis C.G., 2004
indoor air quality | measurement | sick building syndrome | pollutant | organic compound
Bibliographic info: Energy and buildings, Vol 36, Issue 1, January 2004, pp 15-22, 4 Fig., 2 Tab., 21 Ref.
Languages: English

Sick syndrome episodes were reported by the employees of Athens Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT). In this study recent indoor air quality measurements made in ATCT are presented and discussed. The data indicated that VOCs concentrations were above outdoor levels in certain places of the building, some actions were taken to improve the indoor environment and afterwards a second set of measurements were made, inside and outsite the ATCT building : the results indicated an improvement of the indoor air quality.


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