Indoor air quality monitoring is important for employees’ health and safety. Invisible pollutants such as carbon monoxide, traffic toxic fumes. And other harmful chemicals may cause some health problems. As well as lower organizational productivity. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), indoor air pollution, including exposures in the workplace, is estimated to be
As hotels became an important part of society during the COVID-19 pandemic. They served as a two-week quarantine facility of most cities for their incoming guests, travelers, and other suspected individuals. The protocol aims to stop an infected patient from going out and further spreading the virus within the city.
2020 didn’t see a pandemic coming. A year later, community lockdowns and home quarantines are still being implemented and practiced worldwide to prevent the infectious coronavirus spread. While this has significantly reduced the air pollution outdoors, this has also affected indoor air quality. According to Shelly Miller, professor of Mechanical
Cleanrooms are places where the environment is controlled to maintain air quality. Therefore cleanroom monitoring is essential. The removal of dust is the primary concern in electronics production cleanrooms. Other industries such as pharmaceuticals and biologics ave different requirements. Some need to maintain cleanliness to avoid contamination tat can skew
Finally, A Glimpse to the Smarter Post-Pandemic Office and COVID-safe Skyscrapers It has been a year since the Coronavirus or COVID-19 outbreak affected the whole world. The spread of this virus forced many countries to ban gatherings of people. Traveling was limited if not forbidden. Many countries have imposed a