Five Suggestions for Commercial IAQ Monitors

Posted on December 3, 2019

When approaching indoor air quality (IAQ) monitors designed for commercial use, it can be tricky to find the best solution for your project. To help you choose the most suitable monitor, we put together some key considerations you should keep in mind when looking for a commercial indoor air quality monitor.


Building certifications like LEED, WELL,...

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Hines One Museum Place Achieves World First with RESET Core and Shell Certification

Posted on November 20, 2019

Centrally located in downtown Shanghai’s Jing’an district, One Museum Place tower is a new skyscraper development with over 124,000sqm of floor space, housing 60 floors of prime office space and a retail overlooking the Natural History Museum and the verdant Jing’an Sculpture Park.


Hines, a brand synonymous with high-quality real estate, is known...

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Tear Gas and Petrol Bomb Countermeasure Programme.

Posted on November 19, 2019
The current situation in Hong Kong is a threat to the ability of businesses to protect their employees and building occupants from the effects of CS(Tear Gas) and continue normal operations.

Tear gas is widely being used, and while not directly lethal common effects after exposure include nasal and throat irritation, chest burning, ocular irrita...

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India's Airpocalypse: Have we finally reached a Tipping Point?

Posted on November 11, 2019

"The metropolitan area near the Indian capital of New Delhi is facing an unprecedented air pollution problem, and now the entire northern part of India seems to be covered with a thick layer of gray yarn."


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Common Levels of Air Pollution May Affect Developing Fetuses

Posted on November 5, 2019

Fetuses may not breathe air or even have lungs yet, but the ash, car exhaust and dust from air pollution may affect the development of fetuses, according to a new study of pregnant mothers in Boston.

Those effects might contribute to certain health consequences later in life, said Dr. Rosalind Wright, a professor of pediatric medicine and public...

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