Welcome to the European information portal on Indoor Air Quality!
Modern European citizens spend - in average - over 90% of their time indoors. This includes homes, offices, restaurants, bars, hotels, shops and other public buildings such as schools and hospitals. A good indoor environment is therefore important to public health. Even though the factors that affect the quality of the indoor air are numerous, the good news is that most problems can be prevented or remediated through a combination of evidence-based policies, technical guidelines, best practices, common sense and vigilance.