As winter temperatures bring higher rates of viruses, including influenza and COVID-19, maintaining good indoor air quality is more important than ever.
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Two years ago it was a struggle to generate public interest in topics such as ventilation and HVAC maintenance. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted just how much the air people breathe matters, especially in K-12 schools, colleges, and universities.
Healthy Green Schools & Colleges recently announced a free self-assessment tool for school and university facility professionals to objectively assess indoor environmental health and sustainability performance.
When faced with a challenge, it’s sometimes best to stop and take a step back to look at the bigger picture.
Green Seal and Healthy Schools Campaign (HSC) launched the Healthy Green Schools & Colleges program to help school facility professionals identify and implement low- and no-cost measures that proponents say can make a big difference in indoor air quality without major capital investments.
New Green Seal and Healthy Schools Campaign program prioritizes low- and no-cost measures to improve indoor air quality and sustainability at schools and universities.
There has never been a more challenging time to work in the facilities world.
Science supports indoor air quality (IAQ) improvements, but not all schools provide good IAQ.
The Cape Elizabeth School Department is one of 23 school departments and colleges in the country to enroll in a new initiative to create healthier environments for their students.