The mission of IEQ-GA is to provide an acceptable indoor environmental quality (thermal environment-indoor air quality-lighting-acoustic) to occupants in buildings and places of work around the world and to make sure the knowledge from research on IEQ get to be implemented in practice. >> Read more…
The AIVC workshop: “Towards higher-performing buildings: The role of airtightness and ventilation” will take place in Wellington, New Zealand on 19-20 March, 2018. Registration is now open.
The 39th AIVC conference “Smart Ventilation for buildings” will be held on 18-19 September 2018 in Juan-les-Pins, France together with the 7th TightVent conference and the 5th venticool conference. Abstract submission is now open and due March 1, 2018.
The TightVent-AIVC Webinar “Ductwork airtightness: Standardisation’s on- going work and an overview of status and trends in Sweden, Japan, Spain and Portugal” will be held on 25 January 2018 at 09:00 CET. Registration is now open.
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The AIVC (Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre) and the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Low Carbon Living warmly invite you to participate in a free, one-day workshop Ventilation for Indoor Air Quality and Cooling in Sydney on Friday 23 March, 2018. The … Continue reading
ATLANTA – A manual to help users navigate the changes in ASHRAE’s 2016 ventilation standard is now available. The User’s Manual for ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2016, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality, provides information on the requirements of the standard and … Continue reading
The REHVA Journal December issue on EPB Standards Published for Formal Vote & Energy Efficient Renovations is now available online @ www.rehva.eu
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ATLANTA – In recognition of its role as an organization that connects all parts of the industry, encouraging collaboration and growth, the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) has announced a rebranding. Launched today, the rebranding features a new logo, which … Continue reading
A new article in the August 2016 issue of The Synergist addresses the potential human health effects of wildfire smoke and residues. The article illustrates some of the uncertainties that must be addressed when evaluating human health risk from wildfire residuals, including the composition of the wildfire smoke inside a home; concentration of chemical constituents in the smoke; fate and transport of persistent wildfire residual chemicals in the interior environment; and the effects of ventilation and housekeeping practices on contaminant deposition and removal rates. The Synergist is the monthly magazine of the American Industrial Hygiene Association.
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This new report, released by the US Global Change Research Program, provides a comprehensive, evidence-based, and quantitative estimation of observed and projected climate change related health impacts in the United States. Chapter 3 of the report specifically focuses on Air Quality Impacts. … Continue reading
The Indoor Environmental Quality Global alliance organised its first sessions at the June 2015 ASHRAE Annual conference. The sessions present a holistic approach to indoor environmental quality and give information on different societies’ activities to improve the indoor environment. To … Continue reading