Category Archives: air quality control

Is Poor Indoor Air Quality Making You Sick?

As energy conservation awareness has increased over the past few years, indoor air quality has become an important occupational health and safety issue. Energy conservation measures have resulted in airtight building construction that can create indoor air quality problems and leave employers wondering if the poor air quality is making employees sick. When ventilation systems […]

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Building Control Systems – Air Quality Control

Until recent years, most parking garage owners and managers did not realize the detrimental effects that carbon monoxide emissions from motor vehicles have on the air quality inside parking garages.  Carbon monoxide, an odorless, tasteless and colorless gas, is the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control […]

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Raising Children to be Green in Miami

Dade County Public  Schools are going green! The newest  magnet high school, now in its third year is the TERRA Environmental Research Institute.  This school is dedicated to empower students with the knowledge required to understand and care for the environment and become problem solvers of our global concerns.  Their ultimate goal is to prepare […]

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The Importance of Air Quality Control

Over the last decade, strides in energy conservation have taken effect as well as overall consciousness in environmental health awareness. Every facet of life, including advanced control solutions, has evolved to align itself with energy management with industries gearing themselves towards producing energy efficient technology. Air quality is another component of overall environment health and […]

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21 Countries Celebrate World Green Building Week

The World Green Building Council celebrated World Green Building Week last week, as 21 countries hosted festivals and discussions to promote environmentally friendly building practices. The World Green Building Council has also released a report outlining the impact of building green. “According to the United Nations Environment Programme, buildings consume between 30-40% of global energy. […]

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