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Columbus Freshens Up its North Market

IAQ Concerns Prompt Ventilation Overhaul
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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.


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Aug. 22, 2014: ERVs to Reach Nearly $3 Billion in Annual Revenue by 2020

Units Improve IAQ and Provide Energy Savings
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Energy recovery ventilators (ERVs), which use the exhaust air from a building to precondition incoming air, offer many advantages for both improving IAQ and reducing energy consumption, and are one of the fastest-growing segments for improved IAQ management in buildings, says Navigant Research.


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Diagnosing and Solving IAQ Problems

Contractors Share How to Address the Indoor Environment
By Kimberly Schwartz
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How do you know when you’re facing an IAQ issue? There are a few clues contractors can tap into based on their customers’ complaints.


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Abacus Plumbing & Air Conditioning Launches New Website

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Abacus Plumbing & Air Conditioning has launched a new website to provide homeowners throughout the greater Houston area with information on its plumbing, heating, and cooling services.


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Contractors Provide Indoor Solutions

By Herb Woerpel
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Some experts believe that more people may suffer from the effects of indoor air pollution than outdoor air pollution. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that the majority of Americans spend 90 percent of their time indoors. What can contractors do to help?


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Rajan Rajendran, newly appointed director of the Emerson Innovation Center, talks about the new $35 million facility and how it will function on the University of Dayton campus. Posted on Aug. 29.

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