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Sick Building Syndrome and the Importance of Good Air Quality

Oliver Heath
Publication date:
July 6, 2020
Article Summary: 

This blog emphasizes the importance of good air quality in commercial spaces and discusses how poor air quality can lead to Sick Building Syndrome (SBS). The author defines SBS as a condition where occupants of a building experience symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, and respiratory problems due to poor air quality. The blog outlines several factors that can contribute to poor air quality, including inadequate ventilation, chemicals emitted by building materials and furnishings, and contaminants from outside sources. The author suggests several measures that can be taken to improve air quality, such as increasing ventilation, using air-cleaning technology, and using low-emission materials and furnishings.


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Oliver Heath
Sick Building Syndrome and the Importance of Good Air Quality
July 6, 2020
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