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Presumably to minimise reflection of UV, without being so dark as to cause visibility problems (as red would). I have my doubts it's actually necessary though (the dark rooms I've been in have been painted white as far as I know... although it's hard to be certain since they always had yellow light on at the time :)).

I have been wondering lately if white walls in an exposure room would cause light reflecting and scattering, but I'm guessing they're not reflective enough to really cause much impact?
 
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