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Tag : indoor air quality

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    Public knowledge about IAQ woefully lacking finds study

    News6 June, 2019

    Research commissioned by environmental solutions company Veolia has found that nearly three quarters of the public either claim not to know “much”, or anything at all about indoor air quality. But at the same time, the YouGov poll of 2025 respondents found that a similar percentage want the government to develop IAQ guidelines for all public buildings.

  • indoor air quality

    Government commits to Building Regs IAQ rethink

    News15 April, 2019

    The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) has pledged to address industry concerns over current ventilation and indoor air quality standards (IAQ) as part of a forthcoming review of Buil

  • air quality

    London launches £1m fund to tackle school air pollution fears

    News29 May, 2018

    London mayor Sadiq Khan has announced £1m in funding to try and curb exposure to toxic air in schools across the capital on the back of a three-month audit looking at sources of indoor and outdoor pollution.

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    PCA seeks members for new Residential Ventilation Group

    News21 March, 2018

    Efforts to ensure improved ventilation and air quality in UK homes will be among the key focuses of a new membership group established by the Property Care Association (PCA).

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    London seeks indoor air quality expertise for environmental shift

    News31 October, 2017

    London’s deputy mayor for environment and energy Shirley Rodrigues has appealed to building service specialists to support the capital’s efforts to improve indoor air quality as part of a broader consultation on its zero carbon strategy.