Community Clean Air Mapping
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Certified Clean Air Locations
“If you don’t measure, you can’t control.”
To improve the IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) and promote public awareness of the importance of IAQ, the Government implemented an IAQ Management Programme in 2000.
One of the core tasks of the Programme is to launch a voluntary IAQ Certification Scheme for Offices and Public Places (the “IAQ Certification Scheme”).
Clean air is a critical component to our health. Indoor air quality can be degraded by these outdoor sources.
The WELL Building Standard® establishes requirements in buildings to monitor and effectively to remediate indoor air quality issues, and to inform building managers and occupants of the quality of the indoor environment.
Managing indoor air quality is an important part of operating a LEED building.
Measurements, while unable to detect infectious agents, are useful in helping building managers assess whether there is adequate ventilation in a space. The intent is to assess how well the building is performing for occupants, especially with regard to indoor air quality and comfort.
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