The COVID‑19 pandemic has challenged many areas where processes and procedures needed to be shifted to accommodate for our new environment. Now, with a greater portion of the population returning to work, it begs the question: What is the impact on our expectations for Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)? We know that the pre‑pandemic expectations are no longer applicable; therefore, moving forward air quality management will be different.

In our latest white paper, written by David Auton, Senior Director of Engineering and Maintenance, he breaks down why we need to address the quality of a buildings air now more than ever. The three key areas of focus explore: filtration capability, air turnover capability, and the need for additional measures including daily process checks, air sampling, required skills and the impact on long‑term sustainability.