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Improving air quality in buildings

by Cranfield University  (Mar. 23, 2015)

A new system to establish health-protective limits for the emission of hazardous chemicals from products used in our homes, schools and offices has been developed by the EU-LCI Working Group. Cranfield University scientists, as members of the EU-LCI Working ...

Trichloroethylene Still a Contamination Concern across Puerto Rico

by Zimmetry Environmental  (Mar. 10, 2015)

Just last June, the U.S. Environmental Protection agency (EPA) released their Final Risk Assessment on Trichloroethylene (TCE) to address potential human health risks associated with exposure to this volatile organic compound (VOC). TCE has been used in Puerto Rico in the past and is now a concern at some of Puerto Rico's Superfund sites, ...

UVDI Installs Advanced Filtration System to Provide Superior Air Quality at Lucky Eagle Casino and Hotel

by Cochrane & Associates, LLC  (Mar. 9, 2015)

As part of an ongoing commitment to provide the cleanest air possible in their facility, Lucky Eagle Casino and Hotel has found a state-of-the-art solution to remove smoke from the air: The V-Pac™ Catalytic Oxidation Air Cleaner from Ultra-Violet Devices, Inc. (UVDI). The system was chosen based on its proven performance and energy ...

UVDI Announces Lucky Eagle Casino and Hotel Installs Advanced Filtration System to Provide Superior Air Quality

by Ultraviolet Devices, Inc.  (Mar. 9, 2015)

As part of an ongoing commitment to provide the cleanest air possible in their facility, Lucky Eagle Casino and Hotel has found a state-of-the-art solution to remove smoke from the air: The V-PAC™ Catalytic Oxidation Air Cleaner from Ultra-Violet Devices, Inc. (UVDI). The system was chosen based on its proven performance and energy ...

VOCs – why speciate?

by Quantitech Ltd  (Feb. 23, 2015)

The Quantitech stands (Nos. 44 & 51) at AQE 2015 in Telford, the air quality and emissions show, will feature three different technologies for measuring individual organic compounds. This is extremely important because VOCs mostly exist in a mixture of more than one organic compound, so measurements can be misleading unless the individual ...

Preventing Future Indoor Air Quality Problems during Construction Projects

by Zimmetry Environmental  (Feb. 17, 2015)

There are many factors that take place during the construction of a home or building that could potentially cause future indoor air quality (IAQ) problems for building occupants. These may include everything from the materials selected for the project and construction techniques to how building materials are stored. A major issue often revolves ...

TCE Exposure Risks Due to Vapor Intrusion & Other Pathways

by Cochrane & Associates, LLC  (Feb. 10, 2015)

Vapor intrusion occurs when there is a migration of volatile chemicals from contaminated groundwater or soil into an overlying building. Volatile chemicals emit vapors that migrate through subsurface soils and into indoor air spaces that can cause exposure concerns for the building’s occupants.   One common chemical pollutant that ...

Tecam Group Has Finished Installation of 1st VOC Emissions Treatment Equipment in LATAM

by Tecam Group  (Feb. 9, 2015)

Tecam Group has just finished installing its first equipment for exhaust gas emissions treatmentin Mar del Plata, Argentina, a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer ...

Tecam Group Has Finished Installation of 1st VOC Emissions Treatment Equipment in LATAM

by Tecam Group  (Feb. 9, 2015)

Tecam Group has just finished installing its first equipment for exhaust gas emissions treatmentin Mar del Plata, Argentina, a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer ...

Cool comfort technology with desert hot application

by Aurecon Group Brand (Pte) Ltd.  (Jan. 21, 2015)

Technology devised in Christchurch to help improve comfort in outdoor urban settings, is now being used in the Middle East for the exact opposite reason from that originally intended - to keep people cool in the scorching desert environment, rather than warm in New Zealand’s more temperate climate. Engineering firm Aurecon has created an ...

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