Sunday January 23 in Los Angeles. JOIN AHLA AND THE FOUNDATION FOR THE 2022 NIGHT OF A THOUSAND STARS The American Hotel & Lodging Foundation is excited to welcome our …View More
Serving on the frontlines of a pandemic was not on the radar as we rang in 2020, but thousands of long term care providers did just that and did so with the love, compassion, spirit, and unwavering commitment.
In the tradition of the International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ) HEALTHY BUILDINGS (HB) Conferences dating back to 1988, we are proud to announce the 16th conference in this series. The Conference is being held in Honolulu, Hawaii
Jan 31 thru Feb 2
It’s no secret that both company and career success are built on personal relationships. The AHR Expo will bring you face-to-face with the entire spectrum of HVACR industry professionals in order to maintain and grow existing relationships, and open doors to new networks and cha
November 17, 2021
Annually, the California Hotel & Lodging Association Hospitality Foundation celebrates individuals who commit their educational careers to hospitality and tourism and excel in these studies.
November 18, 2021
The Stars of the Industry Awards program was created more than 40 years ago by the American Hotel & Lodging Association to recognize outstanding accomplishments in the lodging industry.
Expert panelists from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) & Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, as well as the Indoor Air Hygiene Institute’s own Todd DeMonte, will discuss the role of ventilation in reopening schools safely.
December 09, 2021
CHLA and AAHOA have partnered to bring the largest one-day conference and trade show in Southern California to the Anaheim Marriott.
January 23, 2022
We missed seeing everyone in person last year and cannot wait to come together again for our 2022 InnSpire Conference & Marketplace. Join us in sunny San Diego as we come together for three days of education, networking and fun.
Todd DeMonte, Chief Innovation Officer at the Indoor Air Hygiene Institute, answers questions about indoor air quality (IAQ) as we return to offices nationwide Q: Can the pandemic lead to …View More
This week marks the official start of fall, and with leaves beginning to turn it’s definitely feeling like a new season. Unfortunately, however, the third week of September is also …View More
As the COVID-19 pandemic has increased awareness of the importance of indoor air quality, attention has rightly turned to schools, elder care homes and office buildings — any place where …View More
Facilities managers are often viewed as being in charge of the ‘bricks and mortar’ of a building alone. If you ask someone what they associate the profession with, answers such …View More
According to statistics compiled by the National Interagency Coordination Center (NICC), from 2011 to 2020 there were an average of 62,805 wildfires each year in the US, impacting an average …View More
Indoor Air Hygiene Purging COVID Variants The devastating coronavirus pandemic continues to outpace the global vaccination program designed to stop it in its tracks. As global health authorities ramp up …View More
Nils Gustavsson, President at the Indoor Air Hygiene Institute, looks at three key areas schools can address in terms of indoor air quality to further safeguard against Covid-19 risks As …View More
by The Division of the State Architect’s Sustainable Schools Resource, California If a school building does not implement sound design practices to improve indoor air quality as discussed above, adverse …View More
The importance of indoor air quality (IAQ) has become known to a large percentage of the global population through the dangers of COVID-19. As the understanding of bad or even …View More
Everyone has seen the movie scene where the hero or the victim is locked inside an airtight room, slowly running out of air and suffocating. Yikes! Except… they aren’t really …View More
Each day, you consume over 28 lbs. of air. More than five times the consumption of all other nutrients combined! And unless you are working outdoors, 90% of that air …View More
Particulate Matter (PM) is a mixture of solid and liquid particles that are suspended in the air. These are categorized into coarse, fine and ultrafine. PM2.5 are fine particles that …View More
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) are carbon-containing organic chemicals present in indoor air that can impact the health and comfort of building occupants. They are generated from a number indoor sources, …View More
Absolute humidity is the measure of water vapor (moisture) in the air, regardless of temperature. It can be expressed several ways: grams of moisture per cubic meter of air (g/m3), grains of …View More
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) indoors is created mainly from our breathing, with each exhale adding CO2 to the environment. Other sources are open flames (such as gas stoves), use of fireplaces, …View More
By Brent Stephens on March 13, 2021 The market for air cleaners is booming and you’ve undoubtedly seen these types of claims. I’ve spoken to countless business owners, building managers, …View More
By: Camille Bridger What is indoor air quality, and what causes poor indoor air quality? Many are unaware of the potential negative health impacts of poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). According …View More
Ensure you are taking the right steps to provide quality indoor air. Give people the confidence to return indoors.