Carbon dioxide is usually tracked to mitigate issues related to global warming. However, it is also a very important element to measure during indoor air quality assessment because it gives us a big picture of the ventilation condition of the building, in order to investigate the root causes of an indoor air quality issue. Even though carbon dioxide is not toxic itself, it can cause discomfort if we are chronically exposed in an environment with high carbon dioxide level.
As part of our air quality awareness campaign, we are launching a series of infographics named Something In The Air which features various air pollutants that can affect our health greatly. Follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to keep yourself updated on the air we breathe!
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