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"As air is recycled through a building, the concentrations of a variety of organic particles can build up. The source of this organic load is the bacterial and fungal contamination that typically occurs in key components of a building's air handling infrastructure. By-products of the bacteria, mould and fungi that colonise in the air handling systems of modern buildings can create endotoxins, mycotoxins and a range of toxic allergenic organic fragments collectively known as macromolecular organic dust (MOD)."
- Aeris Technologies