• Tuesday, October 26, 2021
  • 14:00 - 17:30
  • Memo
  • Monitoring & Control Room C2 Pav.
  • Italian

Organized by: Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee and Higher Institute of Health

CALL FOR PAPERS

There is a lot of talk about indoor air quality, its principles and its role of health prevention and on several occasions. Undoubtedly it represents in this "historical phase" a fundamental issue for its economic implications (see the various bonuses eg eco-bonus 110%), environmental (reduction of polluting emissions for heating / cooling eg community directives and international COP agreements) and health related to the management of indoor environments during the COVID-19 pandemic). The day aims to shed light on the aforementioned implications and illustrate some examples and case studies. Furthermore, with regard to the approved National Prevention Plan (PNP) 2020-2025, draw attention to the objectives contained in order to try to pursue and substantially reduce the exposure of the population.

Section Chairs
Gaetano Settimo, Higher Institute of Health
Gianluigi De Gennaro, University of Bari

Programme

14.00 Introduction

14.20-14.40
World Health Organization (WHO) (TBC)

14.40-14.55 Indoor air quality: The state of the art in Italy and Europe.
Gaetano Settimo, Coordinator of the GdS Indoor Pollution Institute of Health.

14.55-15.10 Architectures for Health: how to design healthier environments.
Stefano Capolongo and Marco Gola, Politecnico di Milano-Desing & Health Lab.

15.10-15.25 The state of the Ministerial Decree of 1975.
Daniela D’Alessandro, La Sapienza University.

15.25-15.40 Indoor air: European and international experiences of GBC Italia.
Marco Caffi, Valentina Marino, Alessandro Speccher, GBC Italy

15.40-15.55 Indoor air quality at the center of the new construction project of the Statte school.
Mauro De Molfetta, Municipality of Statte.

15.55-16.10 Indoor air quality in schools: methodological approaches for a correct assessment.
Pasquale Avino, DiAAA Università del Molise; Gaetano Settimo, Istituto Superiore di Sanità.

16.10-16.25 CO2 concentration monitoring inside educational buildings as a strategic tool to reduce the risk of Sars-CoV-2 airborne transmission.
Gianluigi de Gennaro, Università di Bari.

16.25-16.40 Indoor PM measurements with low-cost sensors: a case-study during COVID-19 emergency.
Enrico Cozzani, Francesco Suriano, Francesco Riminucci, Consorzio Proambiente S.c.r.l. - Tecnopolo Bologna CNR, Bologna; Franco Belosi, Sara Trabucco, Fabrizio Ravegnani, ISAC-CNR, Bologna; Stefano Zampolli, Antonella Poggi, IMM-CNR, Bologna.

16.40-16.55 Salubrity of the air and the risk of infection in indoor environments.
Alessandro Battaglia, Lab Service Analytica.

17.00-17.30 Discussion and Closure

Sessione poster

AI-1 Organic contaminants in hospital interiors.
Angelo Cecinato, Sapienza Università di Roma, Dipartimento di Chimica, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto Inquinamento Atmosferico (CNR-IIA); Marina Cerasa, Mattia Perilli, Catia Balducci, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto Inquinamento Atmosferico (CNR-IIA); Alessandro Bacaloni, Sapienza Università di Roma, Dipartimento di Chimica.

AI-2 Characterization of organic fraction associated to dust of Salerno University interiors.
Angelo Cecinato, Sapienza Università di Roma, Dipartimento di Chimica, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto Inquinamento Atmosferico (CNR-IIA); Alessandro Bacaloni Sapienza Università di Roma, Dipartimento di Chimica; Carlo Crescenzi, Catia Balducci, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto Inquinamento Atmosferico (CNR-IIA).

AI-3 Aria indoor: renderla salubre con innovatività.
Uranio Mazzanti, Organismo di Ricerca CRF - Cooperativa Ricerca Finalizzata.

AI-4 Nuovi orizzonti nel campo dell’IAQ con la tecnologia di purificazione dell’aria PCO.
Luca Gatti, CEO - AIR CONTROL S.R.L. Milano.

AI-5 Monitoraggio dell’aria indoor con sistema AQSafe: analisi e valutazione trasmissibilità dei virus.
Gianluca Stani, SRA Instruments, Cernusco sul Naviglio (MI).

AI-6 L’utilizzo degli oli essenziali di origine vegetale per l’azione antivirale-battericida.
Cascone Marilena, Senecaair.

AI-7 New analytical technologies for pollutants monitoring from agroforesty biomass combustion.
Francesco Gallucci, Enrico Paris, Monica Carnevale, Adriano Palma, Beatrice Vincenti: Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, (CREA-IT); Ettore Guerriero, National Research Council of Italy (CNR-IIA); Attilio Tonolo: Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies (MiPAAF).