Each month we publish a newsletter titled IAQ Website of the Month. The excerpt below was originally published in the September 2013 newsletter.
On my bookshelf, I have a tall and dusty stack of Indoor Environment CONNECTIONS newspapers that I have read through the years. If you’re not familiar with the publication, it is “The Newspaper for the IAQ Industry.” Whereas other publications on my shelf focus on research, IE CONNECTIONS has always targeted the practice of indoor air quality.
A few months ago, the publication went to an online-only format with articles being posted on a regular basis. That’s good because I am running out of room on my bookshelves!
With the new format, you need to visit the website regularly to check out updated content. My tip: use iGoogle to manage feeds from IE CONNECTIONS and all your other favorite websites and blogs.
To give you a flavor of the content on the website, here are some articles I thought you would enjoy:
- Carbon Monoxide May Pass Easily Through Drywall
- Molecular Entrapment – A New Way to Capture Airborne Mold Spores
- Studies Find Cooking with Gas Is Major Contributor to Poor IAQ
Do you want more? Read old print issues dating pack to 1999 in their Archive.
To view this months featured website, visit Indoor Environment CONNECTIONS.