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Human skin cells are a frequently reported biogenic particulate of indoor
environments. They have been identified as odor producers, as well as fuel for
microbial entities, beyond being a common contaminant of buildings. Over 99
percent of samples collected from both air and surfaces of indoor
environments are reported positive for these entities by utilizing microscopic
techniques. Non-culture based techniques reveal that it is one of the
dominating bio-components in indoor environments, besides other abiogenic
and biogenic particulates. Amelioration of these particles provides an
enhanced experience of indoor air quality. Management of these building
pollutants provides a significant improvement on health, energy and comfort.
According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),
Americans spend up to 90 percent of their time indoors (EPA 1989), where
contaminants in bioaerosols are generally at higher levels than those found in
outdoor air (EPA 1987). Frequently, the duration of exposure to such
contaminants is also greater indoors than out. It is estimated that more than
30 percent of buildings in the United States and Western Europe have moisture
problems serious enough to promote microbial contamination of indoor air.
Exposure to high levels of indoor moisture is associated with upper respiratory
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