Be it the air we breath, the water we drink, the food we eat, or the roads we take, our lives are filled with countless connections to the environment. With all the toxins and pollutants that exist in todays natural environment and in our products, it is important to be aware of our surroundings and what they consist of. Read More.
Whether a school district is renovating a school, building a new facility or maintaining existing buildings, there are many environmental factors that impact individual health. With asthma being the leading chronic illness among children and adolescents, indoor air quality and many other environmental factors need to be taken into consideration when assessing a schools' overall health. Read More.
Pound for pound children breathe more air than adults. They’re rapidly growing bodies are especially vulnerable to environmental exposures. There are many potential environmental hazards in early childhood learning centers that can impact a child’s ability to learn, play and grow. With training and resources, these potential hazards can be reduced to create a healthier environment for children and staff. Read More.