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Poorly ventilated buildings are allowed under Australia rules – it's time to fix it

By Geoff Hanmer, Adjunct professor of architecture, University of Adelaide
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The National Construction Code has no minimum ventilation requirements for schools, aged care institutions, pubs, restaurants and health care facilities.The Conversation

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