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  • U.S. Indoor Air Quality Market

    Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: U.S. Indoor Air Quality Market http://www.reportlinker.com/p0958093/US-Indoor-Air-Quality-Market.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=HVAC INTRODUCTION ...


    By ReportLinker

  • E-Cigarettes and Indoor Environmental Concerns Discussed in New Video

    Today, the IAQ Video Network and Cochrane & Associates announced the release of their latest educational video.  Their newest production discusses how the growing popularity of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) could be causing concerns indoor air quality (IAQ) concerns.   In addition to nicotine, other substances may be ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • TSI Announces New DustTrak™ Aerosol Monitors With External Pumps for Continuous Outdoor Monitoring

    TSI expands its innovative line of DustTrak Aerosol Monitors with the introduction of the DustTrak II Model 8530EP and DustTrak DRX Model 8533EP. The EP models are configured with a robust external pump module that offers the ...


    By TSI Incorporated

  • Exposure to Aerosolized Chemicals from Popular E-Cigarettes Has Many in Puerto Rico Concerned

    In 2013, Puerto Rico’s attorney general joined dozens of other attorney generals in a letter sent to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration urging the regulation of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes).  Puerto Rico had already taken a strong stance against traditional tobacco smoke with the 2007 implementation of Puerto Rico’s Law 66.  It banned smoking in most enclosed work ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Personal exposure monitors help specify health impacts of indoor, outdoor air quality

    Indoor and outdoor pollutants can adversely affect the heart in ways different from outdoor air pollution alone, according to a new cardiovascular study conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan, in collaboration with an exposure study conducted by RTI International. The Cardiovascular Sub-Study of the Detroit Exposure and Aerosol Research Study (DEARS) has shown for the first time ...


    By RTI International

  • EPA Awards $700,000 to UMass Amherst for Environmental Health Research for Tribal Communities

    EPA is awarding $700,000 for a research project being conducted by the University of Massachusetts Amherst on indoor air quality affecting tribal people. The research grant is one of six awarded today for projects to identify and reduce tribal health risks associated with climate change, indoor wood smoke exposure, environmental asthma and other unique tribal concerns. The UMass Amherst project ...

  • Casella to show CEL-712 Microdust Pro for reliable real time detection of airbourne dusts, fumes and aerosols

    Casella CEL, Stand E53 Safety & Health Expo, NEC Birmingham 14-16 May 2013 Casella – global specialist in state-of-the-art occupational health and environmental risk measurement solutions – will be showing its newly launched CEL-712 Microdust Pro at  ...


    By Casella

  • Yale Awarded $1.5 Million EPA Grant for Research on Cleaner Emissions from Cookstoves

    Yale University is one of only six recipients of EPA grant funding intended to advance research into cleaner technologies and fuels for cooking, lighting and heating homes. Yale will collaborate with researchers from the Universities of Minnesota, Georgia, and British Colombia, as well as North Carolina State and two Indian non-governmental organizations. The group will receive nearly $1.5 ...

  • TOMI Announces the Opening of Its First Research and Development Lab/Quality Control Center Facility in San Diego, California

    TOMI Environmental Solutions, Inc. (“TOMI” or the “Company”) (OTCQB: TOMZ), a global bacteria decontamination and infectious disease control company, announces that it has leased space in the San Diego metropolitan area for use as a research and development facility for its Binary Ionization Technology (“BIT”) equipment to enhance the functionality of the ...

  • Free Sampling Probe with purchase of Condensation Particle Counter

    From now until 6/30/2013 when you buy a Kanomax Model 3800 Condensation Particle Counter we’ll give you a free sampling probe.  The probe has a $800 USD value. The 3800 is a handheld aerosol research instrument with Nano particle counting capability suitable for many applications including: Indoor Air Quality Investigation, Aerosol Research, Filter Test, Environmental Monitoring for ...


    By Kanomax USA, Inc.

  • TSI Incorporated investigate air quality at Beijing 2008 Olympics

    TSI Inc. is supporting the Chinese Environmental Protection Bureau’s air quality monitoring efforts by providing multiple measurement instruments to sports stadiums, foreign newspapers, TV news stations and research organizations at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China. During the bidding process in 2001, Beijing made the agreement with the International Olympic Commission to bring air quality ...


    By TSI Incorporated

  • Diesel Fumes May be More Polluting than Gasoline

    During a recent study conducted in California, researchers took air samples from California’s San Joaquin Valley and an Oakland traffic tunnel and performed a chemical analysis. The results indicated that diesel fuel emissions are actually more polluting than many perceive, according to the LA Times. The study specifically focused on the pollutant known as secondary organic aerosol (SOA), a ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • U.S. EPA awards U.C. Berkeley $1.5 million to evaluate air pollution in developing nations

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced it is awarding the University of California, Berkeley, a $1.5 million grant for work to assess the impact of pollution from household and village-scale stoves on air quality in developing countries. The grant is part of $9 million awarded nationally to six universities to research cleaner technologies and fuels for cooking, lighting, and ...

  • TSI Introduces New AEROTRAK™ Optical Particle Counters

    TSI Incorporated is pleased to introduce three new models of optical particle counters designed for a wide range of applications, including cleanroom testing and certification, aerosol research, pharmaceuticals and medical device manufacturing, food processing, filter testing and indoor environmental assessment. The Model 8220 is a handheld version with a 2.83 lpm (0.1 cfm) flow rate that counts ...


    By TSI Incorporated

  • TSI Introduces New AEROTRAK™ Optical Particle Counters

    TSI Incorporated is pleased to introduce three new models of optical particle counters designed for a wide range of applications including cleanroom testing and certification, aerosol research, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, food processing, filter testing and indoor environmental assessment. The model 8220 is a handheld version with a 2.83 LPM (0.1 cfm) flow rate that counts in up to 6 user ...


    By TSI Incorporated

  • PCB-Containing Caulk Found in Many Homes and Buildings

    Caulking is a common building material found in virtually all homes and buildings. The flexible material is used to seal gaps and joints to make them water and airtight.  Unfortunately, many caulking materials used in the past to build and renovate residential and commercial properties contained polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). According to research conducted by the U.S. Environmental ...


    By Clark Seif Clark Inc.

  • Casella continues to lead the way in occupational dust measurement

    The brand new CEL-712 Microdust Pro from Casella CEL (www.casellameasurement.com; 01234 844100) is a rugged, hand-held, data logging instrument for the real-time detection of airborne dusts, fumes and aerosols. Boasting the highest measurement range of any device of its kind currently available on the market, it features a unique filter that enables on-site ...


    By Casella

  • Floods Cause Asbestos Scare in Washington

    LA Testing provides asbestos testing services to keep area residents and cleanup workers safe from its deadly fibers. Garden Grove, CA, September 27th, 2010 Earlier this month The Seattle Times reported about asbestos concerns along the Sumas River in Washington.  It all began with flooding that occurred back in January of 2009 that spread debris carried ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • Black carbon pollution emerges as major player in global warming

    Soot from biomass burning, diesel exhaust has 60 percent of the effect of carbon dioxide on warming but mitigation offers immediate benefits.  Black carbon, a form of particulate air pollution most often produced from biomass burning, cooking with solid fuels and diesel exhaust, has a warming effect in the atmosphere three to four times greater than prevailing estimates, according to ...

  • First Case of Tularemia in Eight Years Hits Delaware

    Last month, the Delaware Public Health Laboratory confirmed the first case of tularemia in the state since 2003.  The afflicted Kent County man was hospitalized and undergoing treatment for the disease caused by an infectious bacterium.   According to the Delaware Health and Social Services (DHSS), “Tularemia is associated with tick bites and is not spread person to person. ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

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