Augusta, ME, December 2nd, 2014 -- With the holidays just a short time away, many professionals involved with indoor air quality (IAQ) and energy efficiency have been busy getting ready for the holidays and buying gifts for family and friends. This is also the time of year to treat oneself with a gift of knowledge that can provide career enhancing benefits that could last a lifetime.
For many in the profession, registration to the 2015 Northeast Indoor Air Quality & Energy Conference is the answer. Whether given as a gift to oneself or to a company’s employees, attendance will bring new opportunities and enhanced understanding of cutting edge developments regarding IAQ and energy efficiency in buildings.
Attendees from across the United States and Canada will gather for two days in Portland, Maine to share new and proven concepts for achieving safe, healthy and sustainable indoor environments. Presentations, workshops and poster sessions will offer new insight into real world challenges. There will also be numerous opportunities for discussions that will address professional development, scientific issues, trends, industry innovations and more. The conference will provide great networking opportunities to renew existing professional relationships and create new ones. In addition, the exhibit hall will be filled with many of the leading service and product providers who support the industry with proven solutions to increase efficiencies and profits.
“This year’s conference is going to be one of 2015’s best opportunities for professional development in the IAQ and energy efficiency industries,” said Christine G. Crocker, Executive Director of the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council. “This will be the 16th annual conference that we have hosted and it is shaping up to be the largest and most diverse one yet that we have had the privilege to present.”
To register or learn more about the 2015 Northeast Indoor Air Quality & Energy Conference taking place on April 15th and 16th, please visit www.maineindoorair.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (207) 626.8115.
About the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council
The mission of the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council is to promote quality of life through improved indoor environments. It is an interdisciplinary, non-profit, non-partisan organization, with a diverse membership of physicians & nurses, engineers, maintenance managers, lawyers, toxicologists, insurers, industrial hygienists, respiratory therapists, educators, architects, legislators and public policy decision-makers.