Indoor air quality is important to businesses, landlords, building managers, tenants, facilities staff, and employees because it can impact both positively and negatively the health, comfort, well-being, and productivity of building occupants.
Studies have shown that the growth of microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi in and around a building serves as a source of indoor bio-pollutant. Indoor air pollutant may be Biological contaminants, chemical pollutants and particles lesser than 7 micros in air which are able to breath inside.
Indoor air quality is one of the problems associated with centralized building, and if air quality is not good it results in unhealthy situation in building and refers as Sick Building syndrome (SBS).
Breathing quality indoor air is critical for good health. Most of us spend a significant amount of time in indoors where gas, chemical and other pollutants can cause headaches, eye irritation, allergies and fatigue.
Failure to prevent or respond promptly to IAQ problems can Increase long- and short-term health problems for staff such as:
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