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ISSN : 1738-4125(Print)
ISSN : 2287-7509(Online)
Journal of Odor and Indoor Environment Vol.4 No.4 pp.204-213
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일부 초등학교 교실의 실내공기오염물질 분포 조사에 관한 연구

노영만*, 김종철, 이철민, 김윤신, 하미나1), 권호장1), 정춘화2), 백종민3), 권영규4)
한양대학교 환경 및 산업의학 연구소, 1)단국대학교 예방의학교실, 2)세명대학교 안전보건학과
3)부산가톨릭대학교 산업환경시스템학부, 4)(주)하나환경보건컨설팅

A Survey of Distribution for Indoor Air Pollutants in Classrooms of Some Elementary Schools

Young-Man Roh*, Jong Cheol Kim, Cheol Min Lee, Yoon Shin Kim, Mina Ha1), Ho-Jang Kwon1), Chun Hwa Jeong2), Jong-Min Paik3), Young Gyu Kwon4)
Institute of Environmental and Industrial Medicine, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea

Abstract

This study was surveyed to evaluate and recognize the distribution characteristics of indoor airpollutants(IAPs) such as the total volatile organic compounds(VOCs), formaldehyde(HCHO), PM10, carbondioxide(CO2), nitrogen dioxide(NO2), ozone(O3) and radon in 10 elementary schools located in urban, rural,and industrial complex area from November 2005 to February 2006. The average concentration of IAPs were117.9㎍/㎥ as in PM10, 1,971ppm as in CO2, 486.6㎍/㎥ as in TVOC. These chemical's concentration wasexceeded the indoor air standards of the Department of Education in Korea. The indoor concentrations ofozone and toluene was lower than that of outdoor and other pollutants showed the opposite tendency. Inschools located industrial complex area, the outdoor concentration of TVOC was higher than that of urbanand rural area. Based on the results above, PM10, CO2, TVOC have to be in the order of priority to improvethe indoor environment in school. Also it should be performed in the detailed survey considered by theseasonal variation because this study showed cross-sectional results.

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