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Do You Know the Various Types of Indoor Air Pollutants?

Indoor air pollutants can always add to an assortment of health problems. Only due to indoor pollution, asthma and other respiratory diseases deteriorate further. If an asthmatic person sleeps in a couch where there are plenty of dust mites, that person may suffer from frequent asthmatic attacks during the night. Biological contaminants and dust ...

Indoor air quality and mold case study

by EFI Global, Inc.  (Jun. 25, 2014)

Service(s) performed: Indoor air quality and mold management services Summary: EFI Global has provided indoor air quality and asbestos abatement services to numerous school districts and universities nationwide. At a public educational system with 7 campuses totaling over 5 million square feet, our environmental professionals performed ...

7 million premature deaths annually linked to air pollution

by GLOBE Foundation  (Sep. 8, 2014)

New estimates released earlier this year by the World health Organization (WHO) suggest that in 2012 around 7 million people died – one in eight of total global deaths – as a result of air pollution exposure. This finding more than doubles previous estimates and confirms that air pollution is now the world’s largest single ...

Improving air quality in the office

by Commercial Air Filtration  (Jun. 27, 2014)

Most people spend the main part of their day indoors – in the home, school or office environment. Focusing specifically on improving air quality in the office and workplace setting, we are looking at the key potential sources of pollution which impact upon air quality and employees’ health. Examples include, outdoor air (particularly ...

How to Achieve Good Indoor Air Quality in Operating Rooms

by Atlantic Environmental, Inc.  (Jan. 20, 2014)

There are two primary objectives in achieving acceptable air quality in the operating room: (1) control of anesthetic gases for the benefit of operating room staff, and (2) infection control for the benefit of the patient. Control of Anesthetic Gases Supply and scavenging systems, as well as general ventilation in the OR, must be functioning ...

US Regulation of Wood-burning and Indoor Air Pollution

by Environics, Inc.  (Jan. 15, 2014)

Recently, the US EPA released their final proposal to update the new source performance standards (NSPS) for new woodstoves and heaters, and to add NSPS for the first time for pellet stoves, furnaces, hydronic heaters, and masonry heaters.   The measures, if approved, would take effect in 2015.  The report states, "Emissions from ...

Indoor air quality in primary schools

by Inderscience Publishers  (Dec. 28, 2012)

The indoor air quality (IAQ) in classrooms is expected to play a key role in the assessment of the effects of the children's personal exposure to air pollution since they spend on average 7–11 h per weekday at school. A statistical treatment was conducted over a database of indoor air parameters and the primary schools where these parameters were ...

How Carpet Shampooers Can Help Achieve a Healthier Indoor Environment?

by Daimer Industries Inc.  (Sep. 17, 2013)

Carpet shampooers contribute a lot toward maintenance of clean carpets. Since carpets often occupy a lot of space indoors, keeping them clean is of prime importance. Dirty carpets attract pests and mold, and cause bad odors. Moreover, dirt on carpets creates hygiene problems in indoor areas. They are responsible for allergies and many illnesses, ...

Welcome to Net-Zero

by ASTM International  (Aug. 29, 2014)

For most people (and for most homes) the likelihood of going through a whole year spending next to nothing on energy is a goal that seems far out of reach. In fact, it is only relatively recently that insulation technologies, coupled with cutting-edge renewable energy tools, have made the concept of a net-zero energy use home anything more than a ...

Remote monitoring of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

by PPM Technology  (Nov. 22, 2012)

Indoor air quality (IAQ) relates to a number of environmental factors inside a building that can impinge on the health, comfort, or work performance of the building’s occupants. Monitoring IAQ is vital because it is estimated that the average person spends 90% of their time breathing “indoor air”. Remote monitoring ...

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