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With today’s tightly sealed, well insulated buildings, the air inside can be much more polluted.
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Pollution Source
Asbestos
Bacteria/Viruses
Carbon dioxide
Carbon monoxide
Dry Air
Dust Mite
Humidity
Lead
Mould
Nitrogen dioxide
Noise
Odours
Ozone
Particulate Matter
Pollen
Radon gas
Tobacco smoke
Volatile organic compounds (VOC)
Health Effects
Eye and throat irritation
fatigue
headache
Description
Carbon dioxide is normally a constituent of exhaled breath, it is also a common combustion byproduct. It is comparably nontoxic and it is a good cross sensitive gas for odor and a reliable indirect measure of inadequate ventilation.

The typical outdoor CO2 is 300 – 400ppm. It is usually greater indoor. As a guideline, according to ASRAE standard 62-1989, it is recommended that indoor CO2 concentration should not exceed 1000 ppm. At 1000ppm usually indicate inadequate ventilation or other contaminants in the building, and occupants usually complain of eye irritation, fatigue, headaches and throat irritation.

 
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