Working With Styrene

When most people hear the word “styrene”, they think first about the consumer scare in recent years of chemical leaching into our food and drink via plastic cups and containers. But the real threat – one that affects millions of people on a daily basis – is found at work, not in the kitchen

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Surgical Lasers: Operating Room Smoking Guns

Hospitals and health centers across the United States have long been conscientious in maintaining sterile environments in their operating rooms and surgical centers. Generally speaking, the indoor air quality (IAQ) in medical and clinical establishments is as clean as it gets.

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Preventing Fire and Explosions in the Pharmaceutical Industry

The pharmaceutical industry does much to advance the health and welfare of people across the globe. Developing vaccines and medicines to reduce and treat disease is only one part of the industry’s role in enhancing our quality of life. But it is this same contribution that poses an occupational risk to those who work in Read More

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Indoor Air Quality Challenges For The Gaming Industry

Gone are the days of hazy pool halls when only adult males were allowed inside to smoke, drink and compete in billiards. Today, the gaming industry attracts diverse participants, including tourists, millennials, and retirees. Unfortunately, one thing hasn’t changed: compromised air quality.

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Clean Clothing At A Cost

There are two primary sources of Perc air emissions in the dry cleaning industry. The first takes place during the transfer of clothing going from washer to dryer. The second occurs in the venting of exhaust into the air.

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More Museums Than Starbucks

Art conservationists are busy. With over 35,000 museums in the United States, the care and preservation of our Nation’s artistic, historical and cultural heritage has become an industry itself. Conserving and protecting the treasures within museum walls is nothing short of moral stewardship.

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