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Indoor air pollution is a concern in the developed countries, where energy efficiency improvements sometimes make houses relatively airtight, reducing ventilation and raising pollutant levels. Sources of indoor air pollution are pesticides, household wastes, gases such as radon and carbon monoxide.
Daily averages of pollutant level emitted indoors often exceed current WHO guidelines and acceptable levels. Although many hundreds of separate chemical agents have been identified in the smoke from biofuels, the four most serious pollutants are particulates, carbon monoxide, polycyclic organic matter, and formaldehyde. Unfortunately, little monitoring has been done in rural and poor urban indoor environments in a manner that is statistically rigorous.
Related Journals of Indoor Air Pollution
Fundamentals of Renewable Energy and Applications, Geoinformatics & Geostatistics: An Overview, Ecosystem & Ecography, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Journal of Environmental Health, International Journal of Environmental Health Research, Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology.