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Improving Indoor Air Quality to Reduce COVID-19 Exposure

We've said this before, but it's important, so we wanted to say it again: we're navigating a changing world, and we know you are, too. That's why our team - mechanical, electrical, and plumbing expert engineers - has worked together to research what really matters. We've analyzed the research - and sorted out the misinformation - to put together guidelines for the best practices and short- and long-term solutions for improving indoor air quality for building occupants and reducing their exposure to COVID-19. Our analysis looks at various options, including electrostatic cleaning, dilution ventilation and ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVC).

Our commitment to delivering quality information to our clients has not changed, so if you'd like more information about these guidelines, please reach out to:
Managing Principal, Desmond Greene (e., p. 646.778.5637) or
Managing Principal, Raymond Doyle (e., p. 301.279.6302).

Published April 9, 2020, 2:30 PM EST

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