Suffering from Sick Building Syndrome

April 2, 2012
Kaj Petersen

The Column

The Column, The Column-04-02-2012, Volume 8, Issue 6
Page Number: 2–8

Building products used indoors in homes and offices can have a significant impact on indoor air quality (IAQ) through the emission of volatile- or semi-volatile organic compounds (VOCs/SVOCs). In order to protect the health and well-being of occupants in homes and company buildings from potentially toxic emissions, EU and national regulations require that products used indoors be tested following clearly defined methods.

Building products used indoors in homes and offices can have a significant impact on indoor air quality (IAQ) through the emission of volatile- or semi-volatile organic compounds (VOCs/SVOCs). In order to protect the health and well-being of occupants in homes and company buildings from potentially toxic emissions, EU and national regulations require that products used indoors be tested following clearly defined methods.

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