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  1. The problem with just recording the Co2 levels in front of the canopy, as advised in IGEM/UP/19 is that if the canopy is spilling the higher levels of Co2 will be recorded in other areas of the kitchen.
    Eg: you could have over 2800ppm by the dishwasher area which is in the corner of the kitchen and only record 1100 ppm in front of the canopy.
    TB140 stated that the Co2 level should be recorded in the centre of any work area, this covered the whole of the kitchen and gives a true account of the Co2 levels in the kitchen.


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