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TM64 Operational performance: Indoor air quality (2020) (pdf)
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TM64 Operational performance: Indoor air quality (2020) (pdf)

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TM64: Operational performance: Indoor air quality — emissions sources and mitigation measures is accompanied by three additional TMs dealing with various aspects of operational performance. These TMs are:

All four publications are available as a set here.


TM64: Operational performance: Indoor air quality — emissions sources and mitigation measures aims to provide the information necessary for identifying indoor emissions sources and identifying measures to mitigate these in order to maintain good indoor air quality. This publication is intended for clients, architects, building services engineers and facilities managers involved in the procurement of non-domestic and residential buildings.


Authors: Prof. Dejan Mumovic (UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering), Dr Esfand Burman (UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering), Dzhordzhio Naldzhiev (UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering), Prof. Mike Davies (UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering), Chryssa Thoua (UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering), Dr Lia Chatzidiakou (University of Cambridge), Dr Clive Shrubsole (UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering), Dr Samuel Stamp (UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering)

TM61–64 Co-ordinating Editors: Prof. Dejan Mumovic (UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering), Dr Esfand Burman (UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering), Dzhordzhio Naldzhiev (UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering)

TM61–64 Steering Committee: Prof. Mike Davies (UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering), Dr Anastasia Mylona (CIBSE), Richard Smith (Independent Consultant), Ian Taylor (Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios), Eimear Moloney (Hoare Lea), Prof. Paul Ruyssevelt (UCL Energy Institute), Alasdair Donn (Willmott Dixon), Dr Mark Dowson (Buro Happold Engineering)