Extra funding is great, but what will your school district do with it? Time to go over the nuts and bolts of better indoor air quality. (Part 4 of a 4-part series).
The pandemic has opened a door towards a (potentially) better tomorrow. The only question is which school districts will walk through it. (Part 2 of a 4-part series).
Poor indoor air quality hurts students, teachers, and staff and there’s plenty of peer-reviewed data to prove it. (Part 1 of a 4-part series on air quality in schools).
In this article, we’ll explain why paying attention to your commercial building’s BOMA classification is to your financial advantage and how the right indoor air quality and sustainability improvements can assist you in upgrading or maintaining that class.
ActivePure’s Chief Medical and Science Advisor, Deborah Birx M.D., and Chief Commercial Officer Amy Carenza recently joined the Wharton Business Daily podcast to discuss these ongoing efforts toward improving indoor air quality in office buildings as millions go back to work.
Explore nearly 100 years of innovation! This visual timeline takes you through our history from Electrolux USA to today. It also explains the development of specialty partnerships for each unique customer need.
We dig into the similarities and differences between these air purification technologies to help you better understand how ours compares.
UV air purification has some important advantages, but are they worth the disadvantages? In part 2, ActivePure does a deep dive into UVGI’s downsides.