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Ulsan Health and Environment Research Institute

Ulsan Health and Environment Research Institute

(Ulsan = Larose.VIP) Reporter Kim Yong-tae = The Ulsan City Health and Environment Research Institute announced on the 20th that it will conduct indoor air quality tests at multi-use facilities from the 21st until the end of the year.

According to the researcher, multi-use facilities are divided into key management facilities such as daycare centers, elderly care facilities, medical institutions, and railroad stations, autonomous management facilities such as libraries, PC rooms, museums, indoor parking lots, and large-scale stores, and public use facilities such as mixed-use buildings.

The inspection will be conducted at 100 of these facilities, targeting six items that are standards for maintaining indoor air quality, including fine dust, total suspended bacteria, and formaldehyde.

In particular, starting this year, indoor air quality inspections will be strengthened for daycare centers and elderly care facilities used by environmentally sensitive groups among key management facilities.

An official from the research institute said, “As this is a time when indoor air quality management, which is closely related to respiratory health, has become more important, we will make efforts to ensure that citizens can live with peace of mind.”

The research institute inspected 100 multi-use facilities last year and found one to be inadequate, so it ordered facility improvement.

yongtae@yna.co.kr

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