This project selected 8 public locations for indoor air quality testing before advising and improvement; four places had detected values that exceeded suggested values of indoor air quality; only four locations conform to the suggested values of indoor air quality. For locations that exceeded suggested values for indoor air quality, the common points are that their CO2, O3, and virus levels exceeded standards. There is even a public site that have three items that exceed the suggested values; thus it is necessary to conduct on-site advising and improvement at these locations.
After advising and improvement, indoor air quality was measured again, and at those locations the detected values exceeded suggested values for indoor air quality. All of them conformed to suggested values for indoor air quality. Differences in measurements before and after advising and improvement were compared for these public locations, and the effects were evaluated.
For those selected public locations, this project conducted advising regarding the autonomous management of indoor air quality, based on the procedures for autonomous management of indoor air quality as promulgated by the Environmental Protection Administration. Eight public locations have agreed to conduct autonomous management of indoor air quality accordingly, and have completed project proposals for autonomous management of indoor air quality. This project has compiled data and ensured completeness of the proposals, and has submitted them to the Environmental Protection Bureau.