`Breathing Walls' for Office Buildings

Stone, Michael K.
June 1999
Whole Earth;Summer99, Issue 97, p56
Offers information on breathing-wall biofilters which can be used to reduce buildup of indoor air pollution in airtight buildings. How the system works; Ways in which the system differs from other systems; Cost inclusions.


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