Content related to ‘Indoor Air Quality’
Cleaning policies are paramount, but other aspects impact the health quotient of a facility.
For HVAC systems, moving from pneumatic to digital streamlines operations and maintenance.
Addressing complaints and suspected problems calls for a targeted inspection.
When it comes to coating different areas, whether inside or surrounding a commercial building, one coating does NOT fit all—and it’s not even close.
Suitable for a variety of odor abatement situations, this product line is engineered from a proprietary blend of natural ingredients that includes water, lime, pine needles, aniseed, clove, and cedarwood.
Next time you spray on that new fragrance beware—you may be turning off the very people you want to impress. A new study reveals the top 10 odors that can have a powerful and negative impact on our olfactory senses.
The updated UL 2796 helps to protect health while still ensuring effective odor control.
This is an odor blocking technology applied to broadloom and modular commercial carpet.
The dry cleaning method is one tool facilities can use to maintain a healthy indoor environment.
Moisture control during summer, even if the building is not occupied, is essential to prevent mold growth and other IAQ issues, especially in schools.