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Air Purification: Separating Fact from Fiction

Posted on: November 4, 2022 | By Arti Lyde

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is becoming top-of-mind for many organizations and building owners/operators as they look to create healthier, safer building environments following the COVID-19 pandemic. Just last week, the White House held a Summit on Indoor Air Quality to encourage organizational leaders to pledge to improve their IAQ to help keep building occupants safe. […]

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Clearing the Air: What You Need to Know About Wildfire Season

Posted on: April 29, 2022 | By Jason Jones

Wildfires are becoming an increasingly devastating force that not only impacts property and life from the fires themselves, but the secondary effects of wildfires, including the tremendously negative impact they have on air quality, can even be more destructive.  And unfortunately, the situation is expected to get worse. With dramatic and worldwide climate change, the […]

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5 Questions to Ask When Selecting an Air Purification System

Posted on: February 9, 2022 | By Jason Jones

  The worldwide pandemic has put the threat of airborne viral spread at the forefront of everyone’s minds—and with it, a need for solutions to provide healthy indoor air. Before you equip your spaces with an air purification system, ask yourself these questions to ensure it’s the right fit: 1. Does the system you’re considering […]

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Over 250k Fellowes Air Purifiers are Improving Indoor Air Quality in U.S. Schools

Classroom with air purifier providing healthy air Posted on: January 19, 2022 | By Jason Jones

Fellowes air purifiers have become a distinct feature in classrooms across 45 states as educators and facilities managers create safer indoor environments for their school populations. Districts such as Jersey City Public Schools in New Jersey, Cherokee County School District in South Carolina, and Alachua County Public Schools in Florida have added a mix of […]

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With the seasonal shift indoors, consider alternatives to ventilation

Posted on: November 9, 2020 | By Mike Booth

With the fall weather turning in the northern hemisphere, more and more people are starting to hunker down, going indoors and avoiding outdoor socially distanced activities. In some regions, bar owners and restaurateurs are wrestling with the issue of COVID-19 spread, and how to make indoor spaces safer for patrons. What’s more, retail locations are […]

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