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Tag : IAQ

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  • rosa kissi debrah

    Asthma campaigner to demand action on IAQ at BESA Conference

    News29 October, 2019

    Rosa Kissi-Debrah, whose nine-year-old daughter Ella died in 2013 after an asthma attack linked to air pollution, is to call for action on IAQ at the upcoming BESA annual conference.

  • shutterstock london polllution

    London study reveals poor air quality for children on the school run

    News22 October, 2019

    A study funded by the Mayor of London’s Office has revealed that children travelling to primary schools across the capital are five times more exposed to air pollution than at any other time of the day. 

  • air quality

    Fresh IAQ standards demanded from Building Regs revamp

    News24 September, 2019

    Industry experts have warned that air quality provisions outlined in Part F of the Building Regulations are flawed and require urgent revisions alongside existing ventilation requirements to address health concerns.

  • iaq

    Parliament body demands urgent revision of air quality laws

    News18 September, 2019

    Parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee has urged government to published air quality legislation as soon as possible to address health concerns about the impacts of pollutants on indoor environments.

  • humidity

    BESA eyes new building benchmark for occupant health impacts

    News5 September, 2019

    BESA has established a special working group focused on understanding health and wellbeing in buildings to help implement a new British standard on quantifying the impacts of conditions such as air quality in the built environment.

  • hvnsep

    H&V News September digital issue is online now

    News3 September, 2019

    September’s H&V News is somewhat Brexit heavy regarding news. This is perhaps understandable with the ongoing political row over how to proceed with leaving the EU, not to mention a further lack of certainty for a heating industry already facing sweeping challenges to its practices and finances.

  • hvnaug

    H&V News August digital issue is online now

    News8 August, 2019

    With an entirely new Cabinet now leading the government under the leadership of prime minister Boris Johnson, the HVAC sector is hoping that some answers may be near with regard to addressing the challenge of decarbonisation and better building safety.

  • iaq cooking

    IAQ residential study warns of overlooked household pollutants

    News5 July, 2019

    New research from several UK households into Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) has warned of the potential dangers of inadequate ventilation in properties after everyday tasks such as cleaning or cooking.

  • veolia bio wall

    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.