Category Archives: IAQ

Pollutant sensors and their implications

Free online event, too

Personal Environmental Exposure Measurements: Making Sense and Making Use of Emerging Capabilities

November 16-17, 2016
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Keck Center, Room 100, 500 Fifth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

http://nas-sites.org/emergin…/personal-exposure-measurement/WEBCAST will be available.

“…This workshop will explore the nuanced implications of citizen access to individual-level environmental exposure data. The workshop will bring together environmental health researchers, social scientists, business and consumer representatives, science policy experts, and other professionals at the forefront of emerging technologies, ethics, science communication, and public engagement. Workshop participants will provide an overview of the trends, tests, technologies, and other emerging capabilities that enable access to individual-level environmental exposure data, and discuss their implications for risk communication, public engagement, decision making, among other key considerations for both scientists and citizens.

Register now:
http://www.eventbrite.com/e/personal-environmental-exposure…

Preliminary Agenda
http://nas-sites.org/…/personal-exposure-m…/workshop-agenda/

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What can I do with IAQ?

What Can I do with IAQ? (SLIDES)

Indoor air quality remains a major opportunity for companies doing whole house auditing and retrofit work. Yet despite growing health concerns amongst consumers, and increasing incidences of asthma, the challenges of capturing IAQ leads, testing homes affordably and converting to comprehensive solutions are as vexing as ever. In this webinar, industry veteran and tools expert Bill Spohn discussed his vast experience in the field, including how to affordably test homes, what homeowners are looking for and how to develop retrofits that solve air quality issues.

Points covered

1. Understand the key parameters of IAQ measurement;

2. Learn about cost effective tools and approaches to test indoor air quality affordably;

3. Learn about mitigation measures that address specific indoor air quality problems.

Presenter:

Bill Spohn,
President & CEO
TruTech Tools, LTD

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Filed under ASHRAE 62.2, BPI Standards, Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Monoxide Testing, Energy Audit, Home Performance, HVAC, IAQ, The Business of Home Performance Contracting, Training