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Indoor air quality

The most current information on domestic pollution is clear: the quality of indoor air in homes can be from 2 to 3 times worse than outside.

The indoor microclimate, along with chemical pollution, has a significant impact on the quality of the environments in which we live, and consequently on our wellbeing.

The use of eco-friendly materials that do not release polluting substances and the rediscovery of mortars, plasters/renders, and natural paints that allow walls to breathe have solved a widespread problem: improving indoor air quality to help achieve total wellbeing.

The tests were conducted at the European indoor air quality research centre, JRC – Joint Research Centre – European Commission – Ispra, Varese (Italy).

 
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