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Indoor air quality problems

by Atlantic Environmental, Inc.  (Mar. 24, 2009)

We have a number of employees in our office who have itchy, watery eyes, nasal congestion, headaches, lethargy and trouble concentrating. Most of the affected folks report they feel better at home and worse after they’ve been in the office for about an hour. We had the office tested for mold but nothing remarkable was found. What’s ...

Indoor Air Quality

by Shawcity Limited  (Mar. 24, 2010)

Indoor Air Quality-Makes Me Sick EVM 7 measures it all   How often do you here ‘I need some fresh air’. Why do we say that? Maybe you simply want a break from the wife and kids or work colleagues! But it may be because the indoor air you are breathing in is contaminated. Indoor air contains significantly higher levels of ...

Indoor Air Quality and Gases

by PPM Technology  (Oct. 20, 2010)

Potentially hazardous gases is a critical issue in the workplace. Wireless technology provides means of monitoring and measuring toxic levels before health is at risk.   ...

Common Indoor Air Pollutants

by Indoor Environmental Technologies (IET)  (Mar. 12, 2015)

Is the indoor air you breathe healthy? According to the World Health Organization, 40% of all buildings pose a serious health hazard due to indoor air pollution. The EPA calls indoor air pollution the #1 pollution problem inAmerica. The following is a list of common indoor air pollutants: Dust, Pollen, and Other Allergens Chemical Fumes and ...

Indoor Air Analysis - Zigbee

by PPM Technology  (Jul. 20, 2010)

PPM Technolgy"s new IAQ profile monitor featured as part of the Telegesis ZigBee case ...

Smog and Lemons - Discovering Indoor Air

by Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA)  (May 1, 2003)

Untitled Document Recent studies suggest that chemical reactions may be an ...

Indoor Air Quality Myths Debunked

by Critical Environment Technologies Canada Inc. (CETCI)  (Jun. 14, 2012)

Today’s buildings, whether it is a home, office, manufacturing plant, hospital, etc., are more energy efficient; however, they also foster a potentially harmful environment. Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) has become a rising concern in the HVAC industry. Poor IAQ can cause a number of health issues such as, allergies, dryness and irritation to ...

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 ...

Dealing with Indoor Air Quality Issues

 According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) journal, the average American spends about ninety percent of their time indoors. This is why the chances are overwhelming that most of the air you breathe either has entered via your building's ventilation system... or filtered in through doors, windows, or porous wall materials. Along ...

Indoor Air Quality Complaint Response

by Hygieneering, Inc.  (Feb. 2, 2011)

Hygieneering’s Industrial Hygiene department recently responded to Indoor Air Quality concerns by occupants in a hospital following a localized fire within their building.  The response including conducting air sampling for potential contaminants associated with the fire and an evaluation of remediation efforts.  Recommendations ...

Green Buildings: Economics and Policies

by Oxford Journals  (Aug. 27, 2016)

Introduction Green building has received increased attention over the past decade from both environmental economists and policymakers. While there is no single definition of “green buildings” or its related policy, researchers and organizations tend to emphasize resource efficiency in building and reducing the impacts of buildings on ...

Importance of Air & Water Testing in Indoor Pools

by Critical Environment Technologies Canada Inc. (CETCI)  (Mar. 7, 2012)

Have you ever wondered why your eyes hurt or why you have a cough after swimming at an indoor pool? We all assume that it’s from too much chlorine in the pool but that is false! If the pool staff doesn’t regularly test and monitor both the air and water indoors, the environment becomes very toxic and unsafe to everyone in the ...

Six Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality Now

by Environmental and Engineering Solutions, Inc.  (Aug. 11, 2007)

Air quality is an important issue to anyone’s health, and many people don’t realize that their health issues and illnesses could be significantly diminished if their air quality was improved. There is much scientific evidence to suggest that the indoor air can be more polluted than the air outdoors, even in industrialized areas. When people ...

Taiwan Indoor Air Quality Management Act

by PPM Technology  (Aug. 15, 2012)

On 8 November 2011, the Taiwanese Legislative Yuan passed the Indoor Air Quality Management Act making Taiwan the second nation after Korea to implement an indoor air quality management act. For accurate understanding of indoor air quality, it is advised to simultaneously monitor multiple indoor air quality parameters including gases, temperature ...

10 Commandments of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

by PPM Technology  (Jun. 22, 2011)

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”.    PPM ...

The Application of TO-15 to Naphthalene Measurements in Indoor Air

by Eurofins Air Toxics Inc  (Jan. 1, 2007)

Introduction Naphthalene has recently become a compound of concern in many vapor intrusion investigations as a result of its reclassification to a carcinogen by California EPA and its proposed change to a 'likely carcinogen' by the USEPA. Naphthalene is commonly found in petroleum-based fuels and may be present at former manufactured gas plants. ...

Indoor Air Quality and Hazardous Gas Detection

by Critical Environment Technologies Canada Inc. (CETCI)  (Sep. 9, 2014)

Indoor air contaminants come in a variety of forms and originate from multiple sources. Interactions between building materials and furnishings, activities and equipment inside the building, internal temperature and relative humidity, filtration and ventilation system operations, climate and building occupants all contribute to the indoor air ...

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 ...

Double benefit of monitoring Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

by PPM Technology  (Aug. 14, 2012)

It is a difficult balance to save money and energy yet maintain a comfortable and healthy indoor air environment. A logical solution to controlling indoor air pollution is good ventilation coupled with IAQ monitoring using gas sensors. This can ensure healthy indoor air as well as a more efficient HVAC system.  Typical IAQ investigation and ...

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 ...

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