indoor air quality


The presence (or lack of) pollutants in a building, such as tobacco smoke, carbon monoxide, radon, and asbestos.

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Moat companies will no longer allow smoking within its buildings in order to keep up a high standard of indoor air quality

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The Americans who would be working in Shanghai for two years were told that concerns about pollution there were overblown, and what really mattered was the indoor air quality, which they were assured was excellent.

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So many people on the staff had recently taken ill that management started to wonder if there was a problem with their building's indoor air quality and decided to have some tests done.

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