Water Quality and Occupant Safety It is one of the most important resources for life. Water quality not only matters for drinking water but ultimately for the entire water cycle, too. This includes surface, ground and waste water sources. Water quality also impacts the health and hygiene of the surrounding population. In addition to illness,…Read more
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Is the indoor environment making you sick? IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) has been a rising concern in recent years from the health, hygiene, and productivity viewpoints. Individuals are exposed to a number of contaminants or allergens on a continuous basis. Especially within the indoor environment. These contaminants /allergens can cause various ailments, allergies, and diseases.…Read more
Photo from iStockPhoto.com We live an indoor life. Indoor aeroallergens are important because on average we spend over 90% of our time indoors. This is especially true in industrialized nations. Air, food, water and shelter are essential for the human life cycle. Quality of life is proportional to the goodness of these essentials. One can…Read more
Mold Exposure and Sickness Photo by: iStockPhoto.com Mold refers to thread-like structures typically observed on a substratum in various shapes, sizes and colors due to the growth of filamentous fungi. Filamentous fungi are a group of saprophytic or parasitic organisms under the fungal or plant kingdom that lives decomposing and absorbing the organic material in…Read more
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