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 to Achieve Sustainability with Air Filters- Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

These days you often hear the word sustainability in newscasts, around the web, or in corporate emails. It is a term that’s becoming more and more important as the environment takes centre stage, with talk in Canada and around the world about becoming more sustainable and environmentally friendly. We have fewer and fewer resources available … 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

Renewable Energy Creation in Canada With Biogas. Resource by Camfil, CA

Using molecular media for biogas processes

Summary:  As climate change and environmental issues grow more critical, Segment Leader for Molecular Filtration, Victor Rengel, shares his guidance. He outlines the innovation of biogas, its positive impact on Canada, and how biogas processes can be optimized to be as effective as possible.  Canada is the world’s sixth largest producer of electricity, with 8% … Read more

Canada Air Filtration Advisory: How Can Canadians Protect Their Lungs As Wildfire Smoke Spreads? Resource by Camfil, CA

Summary:  In this blog post Camfil Canada expert Berni Baier weighs in on wildfires in British Columbia, Ontario and the effects of wildfire smoke across Canada.  While wildfires are typical in Canada during summer months, there has been a shift in fire activity – more fires are burning for a much longer fire season. According … Read more

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