Determinants of nitrogen dioxide concentrations in indoor ice skating rinks.

@article{Levy1998DeterminantsON,
  title={Determinants of nitrogen dioxide concentrations in indoor ice skating rinks.},
  author={J Levy and Kiyoung Lee and Y. Yanagisawa and Peter Hutchinson and John D. Spengler},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  year={1998},
  volume={88 12},
  pages={1781-6}
}
OBJECTIVES The combination of poor ventilation and fuel-powered ice resurfacers has resulted in elevated nitrogen dioxide (NO2) concentrations in many indoor ice skating rinks. This study examined the factors influencing concentrations and the effects of various engineering controls in ice rinks with different resurfacer fuels. METHODS Indoor NO2 concentrations were measured in 19 enclosed ice skating rinks over 3 winters by means of passive samplers, with 1-week average measurements during… CONTINUE READING

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