NAFA Announces Clean Air Award Recipients for 2007
November 5, 2007
The National Air Filtration Association (NAFA) has announced 15
recipients of the Clean Air Awards for 2007, which include several locations in
the North Central region of the United States. The Clean Air Award is presented
each year to building owners and managers that take steps to significantly
improve the quality of their indoor air by increasing the level of air filter
efficiency and improving the protocol involving indoor air quality components
of their HVAC system in 10 categories. Recipients must accumulate a total of at
least 52 combined points in the categories.
Candidates are nominated by both NAFA members and members of the
facility management community for the award, and must submit detailed and
specific steps taken towards cleaning the indoor environment. A NAFA Certified
Air Filter Specialist qualifies the submissions. Awards are judged by the NAFA
Clean Air Award Committee and each recipient receives a custom designed trophy
and recognition for their efforts.
The awards were presented at the NAFA Annual Convention. The 2007
recipient companies in the North Central region that utilize “best air
filtration practices” in their buildings are:
• 580 Building-Colliers, Turley, Martin, Tucker, Cincinnati
• The Allied Building-Redico Management, Southfield, Mich.
• Center of Science and Industry, Columbus, Ohio
• First National Building-Downtown Collection, Detroit
• Oakland Commons I & II-The Farbman Group, Southfield, Mich.