SYRAC– USE, NY – This past Monday, the Healthy Indoors Show unveiled a special live edition featuring Tru Tech Tools CEO, Bill Spohn, along with host Bob Krell, on the topic of Carbon Monoxide (CO). The show was offered as a live, one-hour video webinar, which allowed an audience of about 140 viewers on the
IAQ & Energy 2018 is the Industry’s FIRST Hybrid Live/Online Conference! The Maine Indoor Air Quality Council (MIAQC) has partnered with Healthy Indoors to bring their 19th annual regional event to a national/global audience on May 1-2, 2018. The MIAQC has a reputation for offering an outstanding lineup of nationally-known speakers, and this year they
Carbon Monoxide: Avoiding the Silent Killer Join us for a Live Video Webinar featuring Bill Spohn, President & CEO of Tru Tech Tools, moderated by Healthy Indoors’ Publisher, Bob Krell. Space is limited, so visit https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_A8iWRzwiSrOEO1ueW_ShKg to watch a recording from the event!
The Best Little Industry Conference is about to become a bit more prominent! The Maine Indoor Air Quality Council (MIAQC) has partnered with IAQnet LLC (the parent company of Healthy Indoors Magazine and IAQschool.online), to bring their annual regional conference to a global audience. That event, formally billed as the “MIAQC Northeast IAQ & Energy Conference,”
By Jeffrey C. May – You may expect a new property or a recently renovated property to be clean, and the air to be free of contaminants. That’s often far from the case, however. I’ve seen newly constructed and renovated homes that had mold and other indoor air quality problems. Mold Growth In one high-end
by Lloyd Alter (@lloydalter) Treehugger.com – October 12, 2017 (Photo – Screen capture Neo in his cubicle in the Matrix. The air quality isn’t too good here, either) That’s where the air quality is so bad that it affects your ability to think properly or effectively. In his recent Wall Street Journal article Why Office
by Joseph G. Allen — Harvard Business Review How often do you consider the air quality in your office and how it affects employees and their productivity? Chances are it’s not often. There is a tendency to assume that, as long as commonly used standards for air quality are met, it won’t be an issue.
By Bob Krell, President, IAQ Technologies, Inc. Few building owners or facility managers would argue whether HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) systems are important factors in a building’s indoor environment. After all, it seems only logical that the systems relied upon to condition and transport air through a facility would play a key
The 2016 update to ASHRAE Standard 62, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality, has changes that affect the indoor air quality procedure, laboratory exhaust and demand control ventilation. The standard sets minimum ventilation rates and other requirements for commercial and institutional buildings. Multifamily residential dwelling spaces have been removed from 62.1 are now covered under
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that 2 out of 3 indoor air quality problems involve the HVAC system – both the heating and air conditioning side of the equation as well as the more obvious component involving ventilation. In fact, an overwhelming amount of IAQ problems can be traced directly to duct leakage.