Indoor Air Quality Courses

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Below is a sample of Indoor Air Quality courses available on the EEBA Academy:
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"Walk the Wok" in the Year of the Ox: An "Electric" Chinese New Year Cooking and Ventilation Celebra

Chef Rachelle Boucher of Kitchens to Life cooks her favorite Chinese New Year dishes as two of the top experts in Indoor Air Quality bring a fresh perspective to traditional cooking and the vital role of ventilation in today's homes.

Instructor: Rachelle Boucher, Brady Seals, Alex Siow

Health in the Ultimate Z.E.N. Home

The Ultimate Z.E.N. Home is designed to set a new standard for health in the home. Learn about EPA Indoor airPLUS and how the Ultimate Z.E.N. Home builds on this foundation to address COVID, with whole house HEPA filtration and optimum humidity to shorten the life of the pathogen on surfaces.

Instructor: Rich Binsacca, Bill Rectanus, Nick Hurst, Joseph Hillenmeyer, & Russell Pope

COVID-Safe Ventilation and Airflow Strategies for Homes and Other Buildings

In October, the CDC acknowledged that the SARS-CoV-2 virus can be spread by airborne transmission of lightweight aerosol particles that can remain suspended in the air over long distances and time. In this online meeting, Bill Warren will discuss how we can use building science principles to reduce our exposure risk to COVID aerosols inside homes and other building types.

Instructor: Bill Warren

Best Practices to Achieve Radon Resistant New Homes

This webinar will review the key concerns and options for building new homes to achieve the lowest possible radon concentrations, including current codes and standards.

Instructor: Brian Hanson & Bruce Snead
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