Improving campus perception

campus-perception-quad-outdoors-air-quality Posted on: March 9, 2016 | By Mike Booth

For students and their families, a campus visit can be one of the most important factors in choosing a school. After all, there’s a reason universities spend so much on awesome athletic centers, top-of-the-line health facilities and cozy student unions.

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How the Museum of Science and Industry knocked out bathroom odors

Posted on: January 13, 2016 | By Mike Booth

Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) is one of the world’s premier learning centers for kids and adults. MSI staff play host to more than 340,000 students each year and want to make sure everyone enjoys the interactive exhibits and the overall experience.

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How do air purifiers work?

Posted on: December 23, 2015 | By Mike Booth

When you walk into a room and see a device attached to the wall, it’s natural to wonder about its function and purpose. So how do air purifiers work? And what separates the best of the best?

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Air fresheners: Friend or foe?

Posted on: October 21, 2015 | By Mike Booth

Air fresheners have become more than a billion-dollar market in the U.S., capturing the American spirit of convenience and making odor easier to tackle in our busy daily grind. Coming in various forms such as aerosol sprays, scented candles and outlet plug-ins, these products are often used as a catch-all solution to every unpleasant smell, both in homes and shared building spaces. They’re a fast, easy-to-use option that seem like an obvious choice for homeowners, janitorial services and facility managers – at first.

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Why is it so challenging to manage indoor air quality in public spaces?

Posted on: July 15, 2015 | By Mike Booth

Open a window. Turn on a fan. Plug in an air freshener. These are the methods most people turn to when they’re trying to improve indoor air quality. However, managing indoor air isn’t always that simple, especially when you’re dealing with a facility that has various sources of contaminants.

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