Legionnaires' disease (LEE-juh-nares) is caused by Legionella bacteria. The bacteria got its name in 1976, when many people who went to a Philadelphia convention of the American Legion suffered from an outbreak of this disease, a type of pneumonia (lung infection).
Legionnaire’s – What You Should Know About The Potential Deadly Bacteria
According to Building Operating Management magazine, expert Victor Yu, MD, Professor of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh; Chief, Infectious Disease Section, VA Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, disclosed that “Up to 70% of all buildings greater than three stories in the US may be contaminated with legionella.”
Save Energy and Improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) with PURE-Steam Deep Coil Cleaning
The PURE-Steam Coil Cleaning program introduces a chemical free coil cleaning process called PURE-Steam Coil Cleaning a safe and effective cleaning process used to save energy and create a healthy learning environment for students, school staff and visitors
Pure Air Control Services Launches New Interactive Website
The new website offers a contemporary look and streamlined user experience. It features enhanced indoor environmental resources and functionality designed exclusively for the indoor environmental quality end user.
Pure Air Control Services Awarded Certification from Doctor Trusted
The Doctor Trusted review process involves predetermined criteria that include fair pricing and return criteria, reasonable medical claims, easy-to-locate customer service and protection of sensitive customer data, among others.
IndoorAirTest.com Receives Seal of Approval by Doctor Trusted
DoctorTrusted.org, a group of qualified professionals who ensure health and fitness products are up to snuff, has approved IndoorAirTest.com and its do-it-yourself indoor air quality test kit product line for both consumers and businesses.
How Safe is Formaldehyde in our Buildings and Homes?
Formaldehyde, a colorless, pungent-smelling gas, can cause watery eyes, burning sensations in the eyes and throat, nausea, and difficulty in breathing in some humans exposed at elevated levels (above 0.1 parts per million).
Who Should Attend: Facility Managers, Building Contractors, Air Conditioning Contractors, Engineers, Architects, Risk Managers, Building Supervisors, General Contractors, and those in the construction industry