Glass is inherently a non- emitting source of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), thus helping to limit the risks of indoor air pollution.
To foster the identification, measurement and prevention of the internal and external sources of indoor air pollution.
Identifying and reducing the effects of internal and external sources of pollution, controlling occupants' exposure to indoor air pollutants and preventing the growth of bacteria in the air.
- 13.2.1. Identify and reduce the effects of internal and external sources of pollution
- 13.2.2. Control occupants' exposure to indoor air pollutants
Glass is an inert material that does not emit VOCs. Moreover, after the installation of SageGlass, the health impact on the indoor air quality was quantitatively assessed in tests as per the 16000 standards.
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