Air Filtration Recommendations for Property & Facility Management in Canada by Camfil
Air quality experts from Camfil Canada explain three of these organizations and their standards: BOMA, LEED, and WELL.
Indoor air quality has come to the forefront of public attention in recent years. Canada has several organizations to certify and audit buildings for various purposes, including ensuring good air quality for commercial buildings. In a new article, air quality experts from Camfil Canada explain three of these organizations and their standards: BOMA, LEED, and WELL.
“The best way to ensure quality indoor air in a building is to install filters that last longer, are more efficient, and don’t cause the air filtration system to work harder,” says Berni Baier, an air filtration expert from Camfil Canada.
The article covers:
What organizations evaluate building air quality in Canada?
How BOMA’s point system works
The importance of sustainability & BOMA
What are WELL specifications?
LEED specifications and what they mean
How to find the right air filter for your building
About Camfil Canada Clean Air Solutions
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