Help EETD Researchers Study the Effect of Cooking on Indoor Air Quality—Please Fill Out this Brief SurveyPosted by Allan on July 18th, 2012
Help the Residential Building Systems Group of the Environmental Energy Technologies Division to model exposures to air pollutants in homes! Please take a few minutes and fill out our cooking survey.
The survey asks questions about what and how you have cooked in past 24 hours in your home. The survey does not ask for any private information and should only take 10 minutes of your time. Previous work in the Residential Building Systems Group (homes.lbl.gov) has shown that cooking at home is a significant source of indoor air pollution and that what and how you cook affects pollutant concentrations in your homes. The survey results will be used to develop behavior protocols for use in indoor exposure models at Berkeley Lab. This research is approved by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Human Subjects Committee.
Thank you for your time!