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Don’t Forget IAQ in Cleaning Programs

Posted on: June 12, 2017 | By Mike Booth

These days, facility managers have more responsibilities. More occupant interaction, more belt-tightening decisions—and more opportunities to truly affect change in their facility. This is why the director of the Healthy Buildings Program at the Harvard Center for Health and the Global Environment, Joseph Allen, Ph.D., stated that a facility manager has more of an impact […]

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Four Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Posted on: March 29, 2017 | By Elaine Lohse

It seems like every news cycle is dominated by talk of air pollution and poor indoor air quality. There are ways, however, to influence the quality of indoor environments. Here are four quick changes that facility managers can make to improve indoor air quality. 1. Boost ventilation. One simple way of helping alleviate air issues […]

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Is There a Doctor in the Facility?

Posted on: February 22, 2017 | By Elaine Lohse

Recently, a researcher affiliated with Harvard said facility managers do more as “healthcare workers” for a workforce than physicians. The thinking: people spend the majority of their day in workplaces, and facility managers can influence that environment. Joseph Allen, Ph.D., assistant professor of Exposure Assessment Science and director of the Healthy Buildings Program at the […]

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How’s the Air in There?

Posted on: February 8, 2017 | By Elaine Lohse

At the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, the focus was on the “Internet of Things:” the interconnectivity of devices with lifestyles and constant feedback via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. So, you now have refrigerators that can alert you when you’re running low on milk, or home security systems that also change lighting to fit your mood. One […]

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Get Ready…It’s Coming.

Posted on: December 7, 2016 | By Elaine Lohse

It’s on its way—and we don’t mean Santa’s sleigh. No, we’re talking about another cold and flu season, because once the weather gets colder, all those doors and windows get shut tight. And that means indoor spaces and recirculated air will be rife with trapped germs and viruses. Given the majority of people spends upwards […]

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