A Win-Win Strategy: Reduce Carbon Emissions & Keep Healthy IAQ

Posted on June 7, 2019
Carbon neutral is a term used to describe the state of an activity where the carbon emissions caused by it have been balanced by other activities to get a net zero carbon emission. Being carbon neutral is one of the pathways to achieve sustainability, giving a boost to the carbon market while engaging more people to cut down their carbon footprints. Read more

Are Consumer-grade Formaldehyde Detectors Truly Accurate?

Posted on April 9, 2019

    With the growing awareness of indoor air quality, people now pay more attention to the safety and comfort of the indoor environment, especially the air quality after renovation. The demand for air monitoring has increased, and many portable formaldehyde monitors with a low price have appeared on the market. However, as a recent article announc...

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How Should I Choose A Standard for Indoor Air Quality Testing?

Posted on September 25, 2018

One day before a testing project, our clients receive a detailed preparation email which reminds them to close their doors and windows either 1 or 12 hours prior to the appointment. The time is based on the testing standard selected by our consultants based on their knowledge of your site conditions. Why is it not the same?

 

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How Does Using A/C Affect Your IAQ?

Posted on August 15, 2018
Learn about potentially negative effects of using AC and how we can help you improve your IAQ Read more

What pollutants are in China’s tap water?

Posted on July 31, 2018

Tap water in China is heavily polluted, and these pollutants can cause a variety of health issues. While most urban residents in China know not to drink water straight from the tap, many don’t take the same level of caution when using water for other purposes.

 

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In China’s tap water are many pollutants and contaminants. These commonly include g...

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