Healthy buildings 2000 Schneider

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Unformatted text preview: Healthy Buildings 2000 1(15) 6.-10. August, Espoo, Finland Healthy Buildings 2000 Workshop 7, Cleaning for Better Indoor Environment Quality Chairs: Thomas Schneider, Germany Eugene C. Cole, USA Scientific secretary: Leila Kakko, Finland Cleaning for Better Indoor Environment Quality. A report Date for latest edition: June 14, 2000 Draft report to be discussed at the workshop WS7 at the Healthy Buildings 2000 Conference. Participants in the workshop and all other participants in HB2000 are invited to contribute to the report by sending text to be included in the paper, additional data, references, comments, etc. to Thomas Schneider ( ts@ami.dk ). The draft and list of contributors will be kept updated. A paper version will be available at the workshop for workshop participants. It would be particularly valuable to get information on the chapters: CURRENT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ROUTINE CLEANING OF POLLUTANT RESERVOIRS FOR BUILDINGS AND HOMES (CARPET, UPHOLSTERY, PET AREAS, ETC.). E.g. cleaning frequencies (preferably based on research data) PERFORMANCE CRITERIA FOR CLEANING FRIENDLY BUILDING DESIGN AND BUILDING MATERIALS CLEANING OF NEW CONSTRUCTION Contributors to the report: Schneider T, Cole E, ……… Healthy Buildings 2000 2(15) 6.-10. August, Espoo, Finland Index INDEX.............................................................................................................................................................................. 2 THE SCENARIO ................................................................................................................................................................ 2 Track-in. .................................................................................................................................................................................... 3 Building materials...................................................................................................................................................................... 3 Occupants and their activities.................................................................................................................................................... 3 Deposition from air.................................................................................................................................................................... 4 Resuspension of settled dust...................................................................................................................................................... 4 Transfer and ingestion ............................................................................................................................................................... 5 Can ventilation reduce the need for cleaning? ........................................................................................................................... 5 EFFECTS OF CLEANING ON IEQ ....................................................................................................................................... 6 EFFECTS OF CLEANING ON IEQ ....
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