Assisted Living

Breakthrough Networked IAQ System Arrives at Pivotal Moment

Posted on: August 29, 2023 | By Arti Lyde

In recent years, there has been a heightened awareness among the public regarding air quality and its profound impact on our health. From the COVID-19 pandemic to rising rates of wildfires and pollution, we have come to realize the critical role that air quality plays in our well-being. Public health researchers, such as Dr. Joseph […]

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Combatting the Risks of Wildfire Pollution

Posted on: August 18, 2023 | By Laura Tarsitano

Amid the worst wildfire season in modern Canadian history, thousands of people have evacuated and so far, over 34 million acres have been burnt. With the ability to travel great distances, Canadian wildfires have brought record-breaking pollution to the United States this summer, covering cities like New York and Chicago in a cloudy, orange haze […]

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Prioritizing Clean Air for Everyone

Posted on: May 16, 2023 | By Arti Lyde

In 1972, the American Lung Association declared May as Clean Air Month, marking the beginning of a transformative initiative. What started as an awareness campaign to support pioneering air quality legislation has now evolved into a global public health movement. Clean Air Month holds deep significance for Fellowes®, as we are committed to Unleashing WorkLife […]

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COVID’s Impact on Forming a More Holistic Facility Cleaning Paradigm

Posted on: March 27, 2023 | By Arti Lyde

Three years ago, COVID-19 began making a significant impact on how we live and work, and there’s no question it’s had a lasting influence on how we view public and individual health. Among the many changes that COVID-19 caused, the pandemic placed a higher emphasis on the air we breathe and helped to educate the […]

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Fellowes Survey Reveals Teacher Opinions on Classroom Indoor Air Quality

Posted on: February 6, 2023 | By Laura Tarsitano

Fellowes, with partnership of WeAreTeachers, conducted a survey of over 1,000 teachers regarding their perception of the air quality in their classrooms. The results show that teachers need and expect clean air not only for their own performance but of that of their students. Because teachers work in high occupancy classrooms that are often hotspots […]

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