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The Energy Co-op Celebrates Earth Month

The Energy Co-op Celebrates Earth Month

In celebration of Earth Month, The Energy Co-op is excited to announce six different events to connect with fellow members and learn about renewable energy. In coordination...

Clean Indoor Air in Schools Helps Students Stay Healthy and Learn Better

Clean Indoor Air in Schools Helps Students Stay Healthy and Learn Better

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) is sharing this press release from the Healthy Schools Network to bring you the latest news quickly. If you'd like to learn...

Wildfires and Climate Change: Protecting Your Indoor Air Quality with a Clean Room

Wildfires and Climate Change: Protecting Your Indoor Air Quality with a Clean Room

Wildfires have historically been a natural part of our environmental landscape, but over the past few years, the number of wildfires has increased and they’re burning more land....

The Electrification Decade - Are We Ready?

The Electrification Decade - Are We Ready?

In 2016, David Roberts of Vox coined the phrase, “Electrify everything” to advocate for the transition away from on-site fossil fuel consumption to powering buildings through...

Why indoor spaces are still prime COVID hotspots

Why indoor spaces are still prime COVID hotspots

When Lidia Morawska leaves home, she takes with her a slick, shoe-sized device that provides some sobering insights about the restaurants and offices she visits. Outside these...

How to Defend Against the Impacts of Volatile Organic Compounds - Air Filters for Clean Air

How to Defend Against the Impacts of Volatile Organic Compounds - Air Filters for Clean Air

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are organic compounds that exist in the air in gas form and are emitted by certain liquids or solids. VOCs can have both long-term and...

Fresh air is vital to keeping schools safe. Is opening windows enough?

Fresh air is vital to keeping schools safe. Is opening windows enough?

As primary and secondary school students return to class after the third and most devastating wave of Covid-19 in Ireland, our attention turns yet again to how to keep schools...

Contextualizing the risks of indirect COVID-19 transmission in multi-unit residential buildings

Contextualizing the risks of indirect COVID-19 transmission in multi-unit residential buildings

» Contextualizing the risks of indirect COVID-19 transmission in multi-unit residential buildings Contextualizing the risks of indirect COVID-19 transmission in multi-unit...

The Ionizer in Your School May Not Do Much to Fight Covid

The Ionizer in Your School May Not Do Much to Fight Covid

The Ionizer in Your School May Not Do Much to Fight Covid To revist this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories . Close Alert 03.26.2021 07:00 AM The Ionizer in Your...

Selecting the Right Filter to Improve Indoor Air Quality | Tex-Air Filters

Selecting the Right Filter to Improve Indoor Air Quality | Tex-Air Filters

Many HVAC technicians falsely believe that the only type of filter to use in a system is a fiberglass one-month “throwaway.”  They are convinced that the only purpose of a...

Virus Transmission and Mitigation in Buildings: Past, Present, and Future

Virus Transmission and Mitigation in Buildings: Past, Present, and Future

Viruses can spread readily in buildings, especially in office or other commercial/institutional buildings that have high occupant density, many shared spaces and surfaces, and...

Scientists call on Canada to refocus efforts on addressing airborne spread of COVID-19

Scientists call on Canada to refocus efforts on addressing airborne spread of COVID-19

Canada needs to step up its efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19 through shared indoor air, a group of scientists and health care professionals is urging, as case counts soar...