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The White House Clean Air in Buildings Challenge 

Posted on: March 24, 2022 | By Jason Jones

In response to a general loosening of COVID restrictions and anticipation of more workers returning to offices, President Biden recently unveiled the Clean Air in Buildings Challenge. Essentially, the challenge is a call to action with a set of guiding principles and best practices to assist building owners and operators in reducing risks from airborne […]

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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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Fellowes Air Purifiers Help Blackberry Market Bring Customers Back During Pandemic

Posted on: February 2, 2022 | By Jason Jones

Ever since she was a little girl, Anna Davidson dreamt of cooking for a living, taking the skills she learned in her mom’s Arkansas kitchen and sharing it with the world. So, when she opened Blackberry Market in Glen Ellyn, IL, she was thrilled to have an immediate and lasting impact in the community: people […]

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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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“Air Changes Per Hour” and other things you should know about air quality and ventilation

Posted on: January 12, 2021 | By Mike Booth

The airborne elements of the coronavirus COVID-19 have made everyone sit up and pay attention to indoor air quality—and that’s a good thing, given that poor air quality not only contributes to the spread of disease, but has also been proven to dull the senses and decrease productivity in workplaces. So, more people are focusing […]

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