Air Quality Monitoring

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Monitoring the air quality inside facilities and public spaces is important for complying with regulatory standards as well as to optimize heating, cooling and ventilation. Indoor air pollutants--including smoke, microbes, volatile organic compounds, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and radon--are among the top five environmental risks according to the EPA. Mitigating that risk by identifying the levels of contaminants over time and using process controls to activate ventilation should levels exceed safe standards, is a simple, easily implemented solution.