Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)
AbstractFollowing The Arab Oil Embargo In The Mid 70S, Many Building Owners Conscientiously Tightened Building Envelopes And Reduced Outside Air And Infiltration To Buildings For The Purpose Of Conserving Energy. As A Result Of Reduced Or Eliminated Ventilation, Many Buildings And Their Inherent Air Conditioning Systems Have Been Breeding Grounds For Mold, Mildew, And Spores Resulting In Occupant Respiratory Health Problems And Sickness. This Paper Alerts The Building Condition Surveyor To Items That, Either By Design Or Construction, Could Cause Sick Building Syndrome
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