Experts Urge Strict Workplace Air Quality Standards, in Wake of Pandemic

The researchers issued a call to action to improve indoor air quality as a safeguard against the spread of contagions like the coronavirus.

Clean water in 1842, food safety in 1906, a ban on lead-based paint in 1971. These sweeping public health reforms transformed not just our environment but expectations for what governments can do.

Now it’s time to do the same for indoor air quality, according to a group of 39 scientists. In a manifesto of sorts published on Thursday in the journal Science, the researchers called for a “paradigm shift” in how citizens and government officials think about the quality of the air we breathe indoors...

Ken Notes: One of my favorite DIY Hacks - Merv 13 whole house for $100...




   ...more

RSK: The technology is here and some of it is relatively cheap. The restaurants I am involved with have added some of this technology to assure safety for clients and workers alike...



- - Volume: 9 - WEEK: 21 Date: 5/18/2021 8:59:21 AM -