The smells and rich airborne aromas of fried fish, potatoes, and smoked pork at North Market are an important part of its appeal. But the market’s burgeoning IAQ problems — a byproduct of the enterprise inside — had to be resolved if the nonprofit venue and its 36 vendors were to survive.
Products Include Air Purification and Odor Control Systems
August 12, 2014
Ron Fink, president/CEO of RGF Environmental Group Inc., has announced an agreement to supply the company’s full line of patented and patent pending Guardian Air air purification and odor control systems for sale through Trane Supply stores and Trane and American Standard parts distributors.
Plant-Filled Wall Panels Filter Impurities from the Indoor Air
June 18, 2014
Researchers from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have spent several years researching ways to harness plants’ natural abilities to filter toxins out of the air into an application that could be used in indoor spaces like office buildings. Those researchers have now unveiled the first public-scale prototype of their green wall.
Monitoring Is Moving Away from Passive Systems and Toward Intelligent Systems
May 13, 2014
IAQ monitoring and management systems can provide a healthy and productive indoor environment while saving both energy and money, notes Navigant Research. Worldwide revenue from IAQ systems is forecast to grow from $3.3 billion in 2014 to nearly $5.6 billion by 2020.