Traveling Wildfire Smoke Can Create Unhealthy Air in Your Home.

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It’s a historic fire season along the West Coast with wildfires raging across California, Oregon, and Washington. Now the smoke is traveling East, leaving a thick trail of haze stretching all the way to New York City. Meteorologists say as long as the fire continues to burn, the smoke will impact air quality levels nationwide.

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Is Your Office Making You Sick?

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Office spaces are often a breeding ground for germs and with autumn quickly approaching and the temperatures beginning to drop, the stagnant air circulating through offices may be the reason employees are getting sick. While there are many factors leading to illnesses within a company, air purifiers are the best option in combatting many health concerns by circulating stagnant air and filtering out many of the lingering toxins. Air filtration systems installed in commercial settings have improved the overall environment by keeping employees healthy and supporting increased productivity.

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Keep Returning Student’s Safe This Fall

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As Fall approaches, the weather cools, and the leaves begin to change, families are often reminded of the upcoming school year. While this time of year is usually filled with the excitement of shopping for new clothes and bookbags, COVID-19 has created a lot of fear and uncertainty for both children and adults. Many of this year’s back-to-school conversations have been plagued with the unfamiliar territory of getting kids to wear masks, repeatedly wash their hands, and practice social distancing with their peers. This uncertainty has weighed heavily on parents, kids, teachers, and the community as a whole. Evidence has shown that the coronavirus can linger through the air, and a number of studies have shown that stagnant air, without proper ventilation, may be a contributing factor to the widespread virus.

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