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School districts in Illinois are beginning to embrace the benefits of retrofitting and building new facilities with the most energy efficient HVAC available.
This green building design and construction code will have an impact on indoor air quality for those who adopt it.
Nearly all the company’s wood furniture product lines now feature its water based finish, which contributes to healthy IAQ.
Under the terms of the agreement, certain Siemens branches in North America can undergo training to become certified to sell, install, and service Aircuity OptiNet systems.
New research supported by ASHRAE indicates that non-chemical devices (NCD) marketed to control the growth of biological agents may not materially reduce biological growth.
The retro-technology, called “biomonitoring,” uses live honeybees to gauge air pollution levels from jet exhaust and ground transportation vehicles used in and around the facilities. The honey is taken from these bees is then tested for impurities.
New requirements regarding natural ventilation, exhaust systems, and the IAQ Procedure are included in the newly published 2010 version of Standard 62.1.
The EPA’s IAQ Tools for Schools program is looking to recognize schools with successful IAQ management programs.
In this Web exclusive, Gordon Sharp of Aircuity explains how some building solutions and practices are greener than others. One area garnering a lot of attention is ventilation.
This new product from StrionAir has been designed to deliver cost performance and high caliber indoor air quality.