Challenge: Due to the selected building methods and materials, modern energy efficient buildings have been found to have poor indoor air quality.
Solution: The ECO-SEE project developed new eco-materials and components for the purpose of creating both healthier and more efficient buildings. It created and symbiotically used natural eco-materials for healthier indoor environments through hygrothermal (heat and moisture) regulation and the removal of airborne contaminants through both chemical capture and photocatalysis.
Duration: September 2013 – August 2017
We were responsible for Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation of the project results, in cooperation with one of our members.
Contact: James Ling