Equipping Every Workplace with Cleaner Air

Poor indoor air quality can impact the productivity and health of workers across the nation no matter the workplace. To protect employees from contaminants specific to their work facility – from auto plants to hospitals – employers should consider investing in air filtration solutions that will replace air impurities with clean air. Here are ways Read More

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Indoor Air Quality in the time of Covid-19 2020 Year End Review

2020 has been a year of significant events in America. Our president was impeached. The stock market crashed. Wildfires ravaged parts of the west coast and murder hornets wreaked havoc on honeybee colonies. Civil rights protests continue alongside legal challenges to the results of our national election. And of course, Covid. Of these trials, none Read More

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Asbestos, Indoor Air Quality, and Occupational Risk

The September 11th terrorist attacks in 2001 claimed nearly 3,000 lives and wounded more than 6,000 others. The devastation didn’t end there if you add the number of people who will die from asbestos-related disease resulting from the rescue, recovery, and cleanup efforts in New York City in the weeks that followed. Because asbestos was Read More

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Air Purifier Performance and Longevity

Extend Product Life with Regular Filter Maintenance The sources of poor indoor air quality (IAQ) in industrial, commercial, and institutional buildings have increased over the years. Luckily, so have methods to fight the ill-effects of those pollution sources, methods which have proven to safeguard the health of building occupants. One of the most effective ways Read More

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Fitness Centers Indoor Air Quality and Transmissible Disease

Pre-COVID-19, the words “pandemic” and “deadly transmissible disease” didn’t affect most of us more than a passing notion. For athletes, coaches, and athletic clubs the focus on indoor air quality in their locker rooms was primarily limited to odor control. Then MRSA hit the scene.

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Spa and Salon Worker Transmission Risk

Indoor Air Quality and Covid-19 Indoor Air Quality in spa and beauty salons has been a concern since the dawn of their opening. For hair shops, cancer-causing formaldehyde was enemy number one due to the toxic fumes emitted from perms, dyes, and hair straightening treatments. For nail salons, it was the VOCs (volatile organic compounds) Read More

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