Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the state of the air within a space. A space with good indoor air quality is one that is low in toxins, contaminants and odors. Good air quality possible when spaces are well ventilated (with outside air) and protected from pollutants brought into the space or by pollutants off-gassed within the space. Strategies used to create good IAQ include bringing in 100% outside air, maintaining appropriate exhaust systems, complying with ASHRAE Standard 62.1, utilizing high efficiency MERV filters in the heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system, installing walk-off mats at entryways, prohibiting smoking with the space and near operable windows and air intakes, providing indoor plants, and using only low-emitting / non-toxic materials and green housekeeping products.
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Heating + AC Ventilation Recycling IAQ during Cons. MEP-Syst. Comsg Doors:...MEP, Toilet Rooms, Carpeting ï‚§ Added IAQ and EPP ï‚§ Modifying specs related to:https://sftool.gov › Content › attachments › Iswg › iswg-policies-strategies › Green Leasing - AKosmides Mar2013.pdf
Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality (IAQ) 5: Reduce Environmental Impact of Materialshttps://sftool.gov › Content › attachments › Iswg › iswg-tools › 14 Erin Shaffer - Principles for New and Renovation Construction.pdf
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