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Test your nest

Aug 27

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27/08/2009 13:08  RssIcon

Project Nesting offers new parents a unique opportunity to test the air quality in their baby's room.

The Nesting campaign has been running for two years now and is offering new parents a unique opportunity to test the air quality in their own homes and especially the air in their baby's room. Kit will be provided to measures pollutants such as formaldehyde and other VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds). The air quality will be measured in homes in five European countries this October

Parents who wish to participate can fill in the questionnaires found on

. Parents receive two samplers in protected packaging from WECF. The samplers have to be placed for seven days in the baby's room. The procedure is simple and there is no risk. After this period, the samplers can be returned to WECF and WECF will send the samples for analyzing to a laboratory. The individual test results will be send to the parents in the following weeks.



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