This is quite an interesting article because for indoor air quality practitioners, carbon dioxide is a marker for the effectiveness of ventilation of a space. But now, some researchers are showing that elevated carbon dioxide in the range of only 1,000 ppm can affect our thinking and decision making. And this article again discusses that [...]
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Is it time to include radon testing in your annual proactive IAQ testing program? Radon is discussed more and more lately and due diligence efforts should possible extend to include radon. National Post Radon Article
The EPA has shown that there are indoor air quality concerns related to use of spray foam insulation. EPA and Spray Foam
Sterling IAQ Consultants Ltd. (Sterling IAQ) has partnered with the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) China to provide indoor air quality education sessions to its members. Michael Glassco of Sterling IAQ and BOMA China have organized two special indoor air quality education sessions ... August 13 in Beijing and August 14 in Shanghai. The [...]
Sterling IAQ published an article in the October 2014 edition of the HPAC Magazine - page 28. We were trying to educate the heating, plumbing and air conditioning industry on asbestos issues. HPAC Magazine - October 2014 edition
With the increased use of e-cigarettes, studies seem to come out every day (like the one in the link below). But how does e-cigarette use indoors affect indoor air quality for the non-smokers? Not much research has been done yet. Should you permit the use of E-cigarettes in your building? Very tough question to answer. [...]