Archive | Indoor Air Quality

Commercial Building Indoor Air Quality

Commercial building indoor air quality suffers because of pollutants introduced by building materials, furnishings and finishes, and by the people who use the building as they bring germs in with them. As we work to make buildings more air-tight so they can be more energy efficient, we often aggravate the problem because there isn’t enough […]

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Hospital Indoor Air Quality

There are hospital indoor air quality programs to improve air quality during hospital construction and operation. Air quality during construction of a hospital comes from both the air itself and the materials used to build the hospital. The indoor air quality at a hospital comes from germs introduced, chemicals used for cleaning, and off gassing […]

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Air Filtration for Indoor Quality

Indoor air quality suffers more in new and modern buildings than in older ones. Part of the solution is air filtration; with air filtration, indoor quality greatly improves. Your health is closely tied to indoor air quality and the time spent outdoors in fresh air. Improve indoor air quality and improve your health.

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Indoor Air Quality Standards

OSHA has indoor air quality standards that, if followed, will help maintain the health and productivity of building occupants. Indoor air quality measurement will help identify what pollutants are present in a given building or space so that steps can be taken to improve the situation. Gases and particulates are common pollutants to measure and […]

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Indoor Air Quality Testing

With the tight buildings for energy efficiency we have these days, indoor air quality is suffering along with the people occupying the buildings. Indoor air quality testing will allow you to find out what is polluting your air and take actions to clean the air. Don’t forget indoor air quality testing for mold while you […]

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Indoor Air Quality Control

Indoor air quality control is important to keep building occupants healthy and alert. Indoor air quality for homes is just as important as it is for offices and businesses. It’s important to keep volatile organic compounds (VOCs) minimized indoors. Air filters, air purifiers, and plants are part of the quality control you can use to […]

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