Energy efficiency review ‘opportunity to fix poor indoor air quality’

The European Commission has an opportunity to tackle the problem of poor indoor air quality, increasingly found in energy efficient buildings, when it reviews EU energy efficiency laws later this year, industry has said

The European Commission has an opportunity to tackle the problem of poor indoor air quality, increasingly found in energy efficient buildings, when it reviews EU energy efficiency laws later this year, industry has said.

In a joint statement, six industry lobby groups urged the Commission to step up requirements to check ventilation in these buildings when it reviews the 2010 EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) over the next few months.

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