To investigate the impacts of an energy efficiency retrofit, indoor air quality and resident health were evaluated at a low‐income senior housing apartment complex in Phoenix, Arizona, before and after a green energy building renovation. Indoor and outdoor air quality sampling was carried out simultaneously with a questionnaire to characterize personal habits and general health of residents.
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- Frey, S.E. (Author)
- Destaillats, H. (Author)
- Cohn, S. (Author)
- Ahrentzen, S. (Author)
- Fraser, M.P. (Author)
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Frey, SE, et. al. (2015). The effects of an energy efficiency retrofit on indoor air quality. Indoor air, 25:2, 210-219. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/ina.12134