Indoor Air Quality & Safety, especially in terms of inhaled air (Indoor Air Quality) started decades ago in the US and is now a reality in the countries of the European Union and a future fact for businesses and all kinds of organizations operating in Greece, according to PD 16/1996 “MINIMUM SPECIFICATIONS FOR SAFETY & HEALTH IN THE WORKPLACES”.
According to the publication of the measurements carried out by the Department of Physics of the University of Athens in buildings of Athens, the results were shocking:
“80% of the buildings had increased pollutants, indicating that the indoor air is polluted, while more than 50% of the workers show pathological problems, ie they show the disease of the sick buildings.”
The main symptoms were:
Shortness of breath
digestive disorders etc.