How are carbon dioxide (CO2) and total volatile organic compounds (TVOC) used in UK buildings design and operation
CIBSE working groups, UKIEG and UCL want to hear your views!
Deadline: 5pm GMT 9th April 2020.
This survey aims to summarise views of professionals working in the UK built environment sector on air quality metrics. Given we spend on average 60 years inside buildings, indoor air quality (IAQ) has a significant impact on our lives- health, wellbeing and productivity (1,2,3). Different sources [building certification schemes (BREEAM, LEED, WELL), Building Regulations (Part F), World Health Organisation (WHO) recommended indoor air pollution levels] have varying threshold levels for different pollutants.
We have developed this short survey to understand how you are using two common indoor air quality metrics (CO2 and TVOC) in building design and operation. CO2 stands for carbon dioxide. TVOC stands for total volatile organic compounds.
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