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What is sick building syndrome?

Posted: August 12, 2015  |  By Elaine Lohse sick-building-syndrome-home-stethoscope-house

Imagine going to work every day and feeling fatigued, nauseated, dizzy and uncomfortable. You can barely keep your eyes open. You try to cough quietly and shake the itch from the back of your throat. For many, these symptoms become part of the daily routine when they’re working or living in facilities with sick building syndrome.

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Hinsdale Middle School gives AeraMax Professional an A+

Posted: July 29, 2015  |  By Elaine Lohse hinsdale middle school aeramax professional installation

School facility managers can take pride in knowing they maintain clean and safe buildings for hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of students. Yet, since each school has a different design, there’s no universal solution for ensuring an entire facility has healthy and clean indoor air quality. Luckily, there is a solution for dramatically improving air quality  [Read More]

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How does indoor air quality affect academic performance?

Posted: June 12, 2015  |  By Elaine Lohse

Nearly 55 million Americans, primarily children, spend their days inside K-12 schools, according to The School Superintendents Association. Remarkably, the organization also reports that nearly half the nation’s schools suffer from poor indoor air quality (IAQ). How are facility managers tackling this issue and effectively targeting problem areas?

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