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Indoor Air Quality Nearby

Figure 1 IAQ monitoring locations

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring for the Jockey Club Campus of Creativity

Fugitive dust impact is the key air quality concern during the construction of the Jockey Club Campus of Creativity (JC³).

To maintain a healthy indoor environment for staff and students, the Estates Office has implemented numbers of proactive measures to minimise the potential dust impact on the nearby building users. To ensure all these measures are functioning properly at all times, four buildings, Dr. Ng Tor Tai International House (NTT), HKBU Kindergarten (HKBUK), Jockey Club School of Chinese Medicine Building (SCM) and Student Residence Halls (SRH) have been installed with indoor air quality (IAQ) sensors which monitor the dust levels on a 24-hour basis (Figure 1).

Dust levels of all these four locations are published on a bi-monthly basis. The University community could retrieve the reports below.