Achieving Air Filtration for Facilities Directors

Many organizations across the country have begun to reopen their facilities as pandemic-related conditions and remediations are improving. During a time that continues to carry health uncertainties for everyone, the task of opening doors to customers and staff is...

How to Eliminate Odors in Your Vacation Rental

As a vacation rental host, you always want to offer your guests the most comfortable, cleanest stay possible when renting out your property. Wiping down surfaces, changing sheets, and vacuuming floors are all feasible, routine measures when turning over your home...

What Do New CDC Guidelines Mean For K-12 Schools?

Schools across the country have been given new guidelines from the CDC in light of reopening their facilities in the new year. The K-12 Schools COVID-19 Mitigation Toolkit presents a collection of best practices for school officials to assess and implement in order to...

Safeguarding U.S. Classroom Air Quality During the Pandemic

The year 2020 brought copious challenges to the field of education. The pandemic put the health and safety of students, teachers, and staff at risk, prompting major changes at every level of education. As a result of the pandemic, schools across the country were faced...

10 Dentists Share their Perspectives on the Importance of Indoor Air Quality Within Dental Offices

We talked to 10 dentists about what they have done in response to COVID-19 within their dental offices, how they plan to combat the effects the pandemic has had on business and how they treat their patients. The past year has brought tremendous changes in how dental...

Everything You Should Know Before Listing or Renting a Vacation Rental

Between Airbnb, HomeAway, Vrbo, and other popular websites and apps, vacation rentals have become an integral part of planning any getaway. With so many different options nearly worldwide, it is easy to find the perfect place, and running a vacation rental has also...

Is Your Workplace Making You Sick?

Though more and more people are starting to work remotely due to coronavirus, at some point, many of us will head back to the office. In reality, business professionals spend about 90,000 hours throughout their lifetime in the office. That is a substantial part of our...

How Poor Air Quality is Affecting Businesses

The Metronome in Union Square of Manhattan regularly holds a 62-foot wide clock. Usually, the clock shows the time to and from midnight. But, for one week in September 2020, the ‘Climate Clock’ counted down the time we have left to prevent the irreversible effects of...

Air Quality in the Gym – What You Need to Know

When you think of a gym or exercise facility, your first thought is likely “health.” This is a place you can frequent to improve your overall health and chances of longevity.  However, in our new normal of living alongside COVID-19, the quality of our air and the...

Solutions for indoor air quality in hotels

COVID-19 has the leisure and hospitality industry taking extra precautions when it comes to air quality in hotel rooms. Indoor air quality (IAQ) is often much more heavily polluted than outdoor spaces, and thus, the virus is known to spread much more rapidly indoors....

What Are The Benefits Of Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)

Having a comfortable and safe work environment is a top priority for all businesses. Especially in the wake of Covid-19, many office spaces need essential environmental updates to mitigate the transmission of viruses and bacteria. Learn how to keep your workforce...

How To Improve Air Quality In Communities Of Faith

Millions of Americans embrace worship and faith as an essential part of life. Gathering together with like-minded individuals is at the heart of many communities of faith. Unfortunately, the risks caused by COVID-19 halted many in-person interactions, leaving many...

5 Tips to Create a Healthy Work Environment

We have all walked into a place, whether it is someone's home, store, or business, and immediately had the desire to leave. Identifying an unhealthy work environment and creating a healthy work environment is paramount to optimizing your employee's productivity and...

How Universities Are Planning Their Reopening for Fall 2020

The world is slowly awakening from months of social distancing, and stay-at-home orders, and a big part of safe reopening and social distancing considerations is deciding exactly how colleges and universities will be able to open their doors once again. The...

Office cleaning checklist

Returning to your office brings the potential to rebuild relationships amongst work teams, serve customers, and increase productivity for your business. Cleaning and sanitation are at the forefront of every sound re-opening plan, and it is vital to have the right...
Achieving Air Filtration for Facilities Directors

Achieving Air Filtration for Facilities Directors

Many organizations across the country have begun to reopen their facilities as pandemic-related conditions and remediations are improving. During a time that continues to carry health uncertainties for everyone, the task of opening doors to customers and staff is...

How to Eliminate Odors in Your Vacation Rental

How to Eliminate Odors in Your Vacation Rental

As a vacation rental host, you always want to offer your guests the most comfortable, cleanest stay possible when renting out your property. Wiping down surfaces, changing sheets, and vacuuming floors are all feasible, routine measures when turning over your home...

What Do New CDC Guidelines Mean For K-12 Schools?

What Do New CDC Guidelines Mean For K-12 Schools?

Schools across the country have been given new guidelines from the CDC in light of reopening their facilities in the new year. The K-12 Schools COVID-19 Mitigation Toolkit presents a collection of best practices for school officials to assess and implement in order to...

Is Your Workplace Making You Sick?

Is Your Workplace Making You Sick?

Though more and more people are starting to work remotely due to coronavirus, at some point, many of us will head back to the office. In reality, business professionals spend about 90,000 hours throughout their lifetime in the office. That is a substantial part of our...

How Poor Air Quality is Affecting Businesses

How Poor Air Quality is Affecting Businesses

The Metronome in Union Square of Manhattan regularly holds a 62-foot wide clock. Usually, the clock shows the time to and from midnight. But, for one week in September 2020, the ‘Climate Clock’ counted down the time we have left to prevent the irreversible effects of...

Air Quality in the Gym – What You Need to Know

Air Quality in the Gym – What You Need to Know

When you think of a gym or exercise facility, your first thought is likely “health.” This is a place you can frequent to improve your overall health and chances of longevity.  However, in our new normal of living alongside COVID-19, the quality of our air and the...

Solutions for indoor air quality in hotels

Solutions for indoor air quality in hotels

COVID-19 has the leisure and hospitality industry taking extra precautions when it comes to air quality in hotel rooms. Indoor air quality (IAQ) is often much more heavily polluted than outdoor spaces, and thus, the virus is known to spread much more rapidly indoors....

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