- • Indoor air quality in a cafeteria revealed poor ventilation conditions.
- • Concentrations of most pollutants were much higher indoors than outdoors.
- • More than 80% of the particles were generated indoors.
- • PM10 included components of personal care products, plasticisers and psychoactive drugs.
- • Cancer risk associated with inhalation of metals and PAHs was found to be negligible.
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