Health Assessment and Control Mechanisms for PM2.5 and Co-pollutants in the Built Environment

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  • Tsinghua University

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Health Assessment and Control Mechanisms for PM2.5 and Co-pollutants in the Built Environment

The project's goal is to understand physical and chemical mechanisms of indoor air purification technologies and to evaluate the effectiveness of these technologies in reducing cardiorespiratory burdens of air pollution exposure in highly polluted Chinese cities.

The findings of the study will inform air purification technology companies and policymakers about which air purification technologies are best for reducing the health burden of air pollution.