Views: 1 Author: doris zhang Publish Time: 2022-08-26 Origin: Site
With 104 cities across the country being hit by haze and declared as moderately or more PM2.5 polluted cities. Environmental pollution has become an important topic that is inescapable and relevant to each person. Among them, office pollution, but also office workers need to focus on a part of the environmental pollution.
The following points on office pollution summary. Hope to help office workers a little.
1.The indoor environment pollution caused by building decoration. Such as the ammonia inside the antifreeze of the privy condensate, asbestos in the fireproof or acoustic insulation materials, indoor decorative materials carpet, paint, artificial board and flooring inside the formaldehyde, benzene, radon and heavy metals and other toxic and harmful substances caused by indoor environmental pollution.
2.The pollution caused by office furniture. Especially some beautiful-looking computer desks, office partitions inside the hidden formaldehyde, benzene, volatile organic compounds and heavy metals and other harmful substances.
3.The pollution of modern office facilities. Copiers, printers, fax machines and other modern office facilities to bring convenience and speed at the same time also brings ozone, noise and electromagnetic radiation and other pollution.
4.Central air conditioning system pollution. Some office buildings after several years of use, central air conditioning air supply ducts, air conditioning fresh air collection port and filter inside will accumulate a large amount of dust, bacteria, when the air through the serious pollution caused.
5.Due to poor ventilation caused by carbon dioxide pollution. Office buildings due to a more closed environment, poor air circulation, office workers and more, so the carbon dioxide concentration exceeds the standard situation is more serious. In general, when the concentration of carbon dioxide in the air exceeds the standard, people will appear dizzy, nausea and other symptoms.
6.Indoor environmental pollution caused by smoking. The latest statistics from the World Health Organization show that people who often inhale secondhand smoke in the workplace are twice as likely to develop lung cancer than those working in smoke-free environments.