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Hotels Need to Care About Indoor Air Quality - Here’s Why

Between COVID-19, global warming, wildfires, and overall poor air quality, concerns about air quality have grown in recent years. Many highly populated areas have instituted new rules and...

Why Clean Air is Essential in Senior Living Communities

Air quality has been in the news a lot lately. The population, in general, has become more attentive to issues like pollution, climate change, and even increasing wildfires. At the same time,...

Need to Know: Wildfires, Smoke, and Air Purifiers

Wildfires are increasing. In many parts of the USA and Canada, forest fires are becoming a more urgent problem. Their impacts are serious and far-reaching, with the smoke affecting air quality...

Why Restaurants Need Clean Air

Climate change is a big deal. In fact, a Pew Research Center poll found that nearly two thirds of adults believe that climate change is a concern for their community. This concern has led to...

6 Steps for Reopening Your Office - Safely

With the success of the vaccination roll-out and many people ready to return to a social life, companies throughout the world are navigating a new “normal”. Whether you’ve had a full facility...

HEPA for Safety in Hospitals, Medical, and Dental Offices

Environmental sterility and effective disinfection have always been critical in clinical settings, but this year we all got a serious reminder of how dangerous airborne illnesses can be. In places...

Choosing Between UV and Non-UV Air Purifiers

One of the most common questions people have when considering air purifier types is whether to get a model with UV functionality or not. These air purifiers can provide an enhanced approach to...

Don’t Rely on HVAC Alone: Why Buildings Need Portable Air Purifiers

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many offices and schools have sought ways to improve their overall health and safety measures. One such idea is improving air circulation and keeping the...

New Home? Toxic Pollutants Likely

New house, new furniture, new rugs, new paint… Everything seems fresh and clean in your new (or remodeled) home – except your indoor air. The smell of “new” might be nice, but it can also be...

Water Damage and Improving Indoor Air Quality

The recent Texas freeze is, at this point, widely known for the damage it caused in homes throughout the region. The weather in Austin, where I live, is typically mild, between 43 and 97 degrees....