Improving indoor air quality of public buildings in Canada

The Canadian Government tells us that Canadians spend 90% of their time indoors, improving indoor air quality of public buildings is an important consideration. Unfortunately, poor indoor air quality is a common problem in government workplaces and public buildings. Public buildings include; recreational facilities such as hockey rinks, schools, libraries, government offices, etc. These buildings … Read more

How Can School Officials Respond to Indoor Air Quality Challenges As Ontario Schools Reopen? Resource by Camfil, CA

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

Summary: In this blog post air filtration expert Berni Baier shares his insight on ways to attenuate the health effects caused by poor indoor air quality (IAQ) as Ontario public schools are set to reopen for in-class learning in fall 2021.  There are nearly 5000 school buildings in Ontario, Canada. The average age of these … Read more

School Air Filtration Update by Camfil Air Filter Expert Berni Baier. Resource by Camfil, CA

School air filtration report

Summary:  How Ontario Public Schools Can Combat Indoor Air Pollution and COVID-19 Infection at the Same Time with HEPA Filtration. In this blog post, air filtration experts at Camfil Canada break down the harmful properties affecting our air quality and discuss the importance of high efficiency/HEPA filtration as students in Ontario, Canada are set to … Read more

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