It outlines the skills and knowledge a person should possess and be able to demonstrate in the area of IAQ practice
June 23, 2015
The American Industrial Hygiene Association® (AIHA) announced its partnership with the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) to produce the first-ever Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Practitioners Body of Knowledge (BoK).
Most of the time, it will be possible to come up with a solution to an IAQ problem, and contractors should take that opportunity to educate consumers on the health and comfort benefits of IAQ products.
Survey Shows Americans Need to be More Indoor Air Aware
April 1, 2015
A survey commissioned by the Filtrete brand of 3M shows that while indoor air pollutants are ranked among the top five environmental risks to public health, parents are not always aware of the steps they can take to make the air inside their homes cleaner for their families.
From energy recovery ventilators (ERVs) to filters and compressor technology, these manufacturers are pulling out the stops to meet consumer demand for better IAQ at home, work, school, and everywhere in between.
At this year’s AHR Expo in Chicago, manufacturers displayed and demonstrated some of the many new products they have developed to help both the contractor and the end user achieve the best possible IAQ.
UL White Paper Predicts Disruption in the Building Market over the Next Five to 10 Years
January 28, 2015
UL has conducted a study to learn where value and return on investment lie in the area of sustainable buildings. The study and its result is available in a free white paper titled “The Dawn of the Building Performance Era” written by UL’s chief economist, Erin Grossi.