What Are the Health Benefits of Better Air Filtration for Canadians?

Canadians spend most of our time indoors and although we are becoming more aware of the importance of clean air in public spaces, did you know that clean indoor air can also have long term positive health benefits in several areas such as improving gut health and boosting your immune system, improving your heart health, … Read more

The Best Air Filters in Alberta

Air quality concerns in Alberta Alberta faces air quality issues due to industrial production, vehicle traffic, oil and gas extraction, and wildfires. These pollutants release harmful pollutants, causing respiratory problems and health issues. The Province of Alberta aims to reduce carbon emissions in all industries. What are the best air filters available in Alberta? We … Read more

The best energy saving air filters in British Columbia

Air quality in British Columbia is a major concern due to the prevalence of industrial pollution and traffic pollution from tailpipe emissions, as well as B.C. wildfires during warmer weather.  Harmful pollutants are released into the air, such as particulate matter PM2.5 and PM1, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen oxide. These pollutants can cause respiratory problems … Read more

Are Canadian Colleges & Universities Getting Good Air Quality, Energy Savings in Air Filtration?

School administrators and maintenance staff are under pressure to cut capital costs because they are perpetually subject to underfunding of their facilities in Canada. But cutting corners in air filtration can not only be detrimental to health, it can also actually be more expensive to do so over the long term. Installing high-quality air filtration … 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

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