Impact of residential building regulations on reducing indoor exposures to outdoor PM₂.₅ in Toronto

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SubjectBuilding codes; Climate control; Cost effectiveness; Housing; Public health; Retrofitting; Building envelopes; Exposure modeling; Exposure reduction; Infiltration rate; Monetary valuations; Outdoor PM₂.₅; Residential building; Cost benefit analysis; air conditioning; building; compliance; cost-benefit analysis; morbidity; mortality; particulate matter; public health; regulatory framework; ventilation; Ontario [Canada]; Toronto
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