175,000 People Turn to the IAQ Video Network for Environmental Information


Source: Cochrane & Associates, LLC

The IAQ Video Network produces videos to inform and educate the public and indoor air quality (IAQ), infection control and environmental professionals

Phoenix, AZ, May 8th, 2012 -- Today, the IAQ Video Network proudly announced that 175,000 videos have been downloaded from the online video network.  The videos have covered everything from microbial pathogens to combustible dust hazards and over 100 other health and safety issues.


The IAQ Video Network has made it their mission to educate as many people as possible about IAQ, health and safety issues, environmental pathogens and other hazards that impact hundreds of thousands of Americans each year.  Two of the recent videos were even discussed in the May issue of Indoor Environment Connections.


“With well over 100 educational videos already produced we have covered topics that reach a wide range of interests,” reported Paul Cochrane, President of the IAQ Video Network and Cochrane & Associates, LLC.  “This week’s video discusses sporothrichosis and Sporothrix schenckii.  Later this week, a new video discussing mystery odors will be released and many more videos are in the works.”


To view the complete list of educational videos please visit:



To learn more or to inquire about IAQ Video Network advertising sponsorship opportunities, please visit http://www.IAQTV.com or http://www.cochraneassoc.com, email info@cochraneassoc.com or call (602)510-3179.


About Cochrane & Associates, LLC & the IAQ Video Network

Cochrane & Associates is a business development, public relations and marketing consulting firm that specializes in the environmental, HVAC, mold and indoor air quality industries.  The company has worked with many of the industries’ leading institutions and companies and continues to be an innovator in the industry.  They are also the innovators behind the IAQ Video Network.

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