Articles & Whitepapers
Guidance to Help Building Owners and Operators Improve Indoor Air Quality and Protect Public Health The “Clean Air in Buildings Challenge” is a call to action and a set of guiding principles and best practices to assist building owners and operators with reducing risks from airborne viruses and other contaminants indoors. The Clean Air in Buildings Challenge highlights a range of ...
Following the coronavirus emergency, surgeries and medical offices shall be reorganised to work safely. One of the first safety measure to adopt concerns suction of aerosol potentially infected. ...
In-Situ Elemental Composition Analysis of Large Inhalable Aerosol Using Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
Particles Plus instruments were used during the research into In-Situ Elemental Composition Analysis of Large Inhalable Aerosol Using Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy at Colorado State University. The paper was presented by Professor Azer Yalin ...
Emergency Regulation to Protect Workers in California from Wildfire Smoke Exposure Risks is in Effect
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