Guidelines for Air Filtration for Canadian Property Managers & Facilities Managers

BOMA LEED WELL recommendations for air filtration in Canada for property managers. Team of people

Many different associations in Canada operate to audit and certify buildings for various purposes. One of those purposes is ensuring good indoor air quality for buildings, and this of course is part of the work of a property manager or facilities manager. In this article, Guidelines for Air Filtration for Canadian Property Managers & Facilities … Read more

Canadians are returning to the office, it’s time to improve Indoor air quality

It’s been over two years since the pandemic hit and many people have been working from home ever since. However, as businesses reopen their doors, Canadians are returning to the office. But is it really safe to return to an office environment? This article looks at what you can do to stay healthy, particularly how … Read more

How Does Air Pollution in Canada Impact Productivity in Schools and Offices? 

How Does Air Pollution in Canada Impact Productivity in Schools and Offices?

Linked to a wide range of life-threatening diseases and painful symptoms, air pollution is a leading public health issue worldwide. However, air pollution can be responsible for harming more than just your physical health. Both short-term and long-term exposure, even to low levels of air pollution, is known to decrease productivity and cognitive function significantly.  … Read more

What Causes Poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) In Commercial Facilities? Identifying Indoor Air Pollutants Can Help You Find the Perfect Solution

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

It is common knowledge that air pollution has disastrous effects on human health as well as on the environment. But what you might not know is that indoor air can be as much as 50 times more polluted than outdoor air. This is because enclosed indoor spaces allow the buildup of pollutants in a concentrated … Read more

How Are MERV Ratings Determined in Canada?

Because the pathogen that causes the COVID-19 disease is spread via a respiratory transmission (i.e., breathing in the infected respiratory droplets from someone carrying the virus), businesses and governments have employed air filtration strategies to help combat the spread of the disease.  But how do you know if an air filter works well enough to … Read more

What Are the Different Kinds of Air Pollutants? Camfil Canada Air Pollution Experts Explain Particulate Matter, VOCs, and More

Different Kinds of Air Pollutants?

What Are the Different Kinds of Air Pollutants? Camfil Canada Air Pollution Experts Explain Particulate Matter, VOCs, and More In Canada, air pollution is linked to at least 15,000 premature deaths per year. Globally, an estimated 4.2 million people die prematurely due to exposure to harmful airborne pollutants.  Environment Canada designates six main air pollution … Read more

Is Poor indoor air quality harmful to children? – Camfil Canada School Air Filtration Report  

School air filtration report

Indoor Air Quality In Schools — What Should We Be Doing to Protect Our Childrens’ Lungs?  Adequate ventilation and air filtration has been an instrumental part of public efforts to reduce COVID-19 infection rates. However, improving air quality is essential for improving overall public health, even in the presence of dangerous viral or other pathogens. … Read more

The Introduction of Psilocybin Research Facilities in Canada Along With Air Filtration Requirements. Resource by Camfil, CANADA

Summary: In this blog post our Segment Leader for Life Science, Josh Guthrie, highlights the uses of psilocybin (a natural psychedelic prodrug compound), the integration of psilocybin research facilities into Canada, as well as the need for adequate air filtration in these facilities.  Since the legalization of medical marijuana in Canada, there have been an … Read more

A Guide to Beverage Manufacturing in Canada. Resource by Camfil, Canada

Concerns in beverage manufacturing in Canada

Summary: In this blog post air filtration expert, Berni Baier, breaks down the beverage processing industry, explores various considerations for beverage manufacturers, and shares his recommendations to maintain beverage product standards.  According to the Government of Canada, the food and beverage processing industry accounts for 17% of total manufacturing sales and for 2% of the … Read more

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