Bio-based plaster for improved indoor air quality

D. Maskell, C. F. Da Silva, K. Mower, C. Rana, A. Dengel, R. J. Ball, M. P. Ansell, A. Thomson, U. Peter & P. J. Walker
People in industrialised countries spend approximately 80% of their time indoors. As such, the internal environment quality can have a significant impact on occupant health and wellbeing. Additionally, the demand for increased building energy efficiency has the potential to degrade Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) through a reduction of air exchange rates. In many forms of construction, the walls and ceilings are plastered, providing a large surface area exposed to the indoor environment. There is a...
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