Definitions for "Indoor air"
The NHMRC defines indoor air as any nonindustrial indoor space where a person spends a period of an hour or more in any day. This can include the office, classroom, motor vehicle, shopping centre, hospital and home.
Breathing air inside a habitable structure, often highly polluted because of lack of exchange with fresh oxygen from outdoors. Solvents, smoke, paints, furniture glues, carpet padding, and other synthetic chemicals trapped inside contribute to an often unhealthy environment.
The breathing air inside a habitable structure or conveyance.()
Keywords:  exposure, type, see
see " Type of Exposure"