Research on indoor air has never been bigger, and scientists have been finding out a lot more about how common activities have a negative impact on air quality. Cleaning methods and food preparation can contribute a lot of pollution to our breathing spaces unless we know a little about how our indoor atmosphere works.
In Molekule’s recent webinar, leading indoor air quality researchers discussed what we now know about indoor air quality and what we should be doing about it. In this one-hour discussion, each researcher shared what led them to their field of study, and what implications their research has had for people at work and at home. Some topics of discussion included:
- How chemicals and fragrances form particle pollution
- How outdoor pollution interacts with indoor pollution
- The impact of cooking activities on air quality
- What the current green building standards like LEED are good for
- What is missing from current green building standards and how they could improve
To see what the Molekule team and expert researchers have to say about indoor air quality and pollution, watch the full replay of ‘How to Minimize Indoor Sources of Air Pollution: A Panel Discussion with Leading Researchers’ below:
To learn more about indoor air quality research and measures, check out CMM’s article, Indoor Air Quality + Air Purification, today!