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Tag: Air Quality
An industrial hygienist explains the ramifications of exposure to formaldehyde and how to minimize its use in homes across the country.
As consumers become more aware of how the built environment affects occupants, what can home builders do to cater to this growing demand?
As building envelopes get tighter, air flow through the building is choked off and VOCs and allergens are trapped inside homes. Find out what you need to know about indoor air quality and how you can make your homes healthier and your customers happier.
As awareness of the part that materials included in our built environments play increases, consumers are making more sustainable purchases for their homes and offices. It is our responsibility, as building experts and contributors, to reduce these health and environmental conditions by designing and utilizing low emitting and sustainable products and ensuring that we reduce the environmental impacts we cause by producing them. Find out more about how UL Environment can help.
Suzanne Shelton presents ‘The Sustainable American Dream’ at the 2015 NAHB International Builders’ Show (IBS) in Las Vegas.