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Indoor Air Quality By Design

Good indoor air quality happens by design, not by accident. In fact it is simply one aspect of good design.

Building designers play a major role in determining indoor air quality (IAQ).  Primary roles belong to the architect, ventilation system engineer, and interior designer.  Major IAQ design concerns include project planning, pollutant sources, environmental control systems, construction, and commissioning.

Levin, H., 2000, "Indoor Air Quality By Design", in John Spengler, Jon Samet, and John McCarthy (Eds), Indoor Air Quality Handbook, New York: McGraw-Hill.

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