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“let’s clean the air?”…about air quality
Our team at Aerisa is launching this blog to discuss issues that impact air quality, indoor air quality ( IAQ) and we plan to discuss innovative new products, the science of new technologies, as well as tried and true products that have been around for many years.
We plan to interview market leaders and call upon leaders in the scientific community to answer air quality issues. Our goal is to become a resource of information, a venue for discussion, and to share new innovative products that provide clean breathable air.
Some of the questions we plan to address include;
Is Hydrogen Sulfide, (H2S) the leading cause of odor complaints at waste water treatment plants?
How can HVAC distributors maximize their profits by solving indoor air quality problems?
Do you have to produce Ozone when providing ionized air technology (IAT)?
What is Ozone?
What is “cold plasma” technology and how is it being used?
What is an Odor?
What does the EPA define as a Nuisance odor?
At what point does an odor become a “nuisance odor”?
What are the positives and negatives of carbon scrubbers to clean the air?
How can air purification systems clean the air of mold spores, black mold?
What is the definition of “Indoor Air Quality”?
Does ionization create ozone?
Can nuisance odors as a by product of manufacturing be prevented? (As well as their corresponding fines)
What is “sick building syndrome” and how can we protect ourselves, or workers?
Do mecaptans create more nuisance odor complaints than H2S?
How can you mitigate nuisance food court odors?
What are the leading threats in indoor air quality today?
What are the various kinds of odors and how can they be removed?
How are industry leaders reducing CO2 in the air?
What is a bio filter and how does it work?
How can you control pet odors?
What are the latest products for air quality sensing and odor diagnostics?
Is “dilution the solution to pollution”? Really?
What is a chemical scrubber?
Is there a correlation between poor indoor air quality due to cigarette smoke and consumer spending at casinos and other gaming facilities?
What are some of the biggest challenges facing the facility manager of today with regards to indoor air quality?
What are some innovative green technologies to provide the maximum indoor air quality?
Does “perfuming the air” in casinos really improve indoor air quality?
How many indoor air exchanges are required to provide the maximum indoor air quality?
Can good smells become a nuisance?
There are many other questions we have discovered working in our markets and our goal is to “clean the air”. If what people assume is true, or if the scientific data proves they are myths, we plan to discuss them. We are counting on this to be a venue to discuss the science of clean air and debunk myths as well as share new innovative products to serve the air quality industry.
Mark Allen Roberts