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Healthy Air

May 11, 2022

In this episode, Sterling Laylock discusses the impact of indoor air quality in underserved communities, the new funding available to help them, and the history of the built environment and how it is progressing today.

Sterling Laylock is the Sustainable Development Director at Integrating Green Technologies. He is a...


Mar 17, 2022

In this special edition episode, Simon Turner moderates a discussion between Sean McCrady, Dr. Elliott Horner, and Erik Malmstrom on the recent launch of UL’s Verified Ventilation and Filtration program, powered by SafeTraces–the first verification mark for verifying aerosol removal efficiency in the built...


Jan 12, 2022

In this episode, Ted Bischak talks about the biggest change and the opportunity in real estate today. He shares how landlords are responsible for preparing for the re-entry into the office space and how making air quality a priority makes a difference.

Ted Bischak is a Principal and Co-Founder of Ocean West Capital...


Dec 1, 2021

In this episode, Dr. Nick Clements talks about how buildings need multiple modes of operation. He also shares that it is interesting to learn how humans integrate with technical systems, because we constantly interact and impact many aspects of our indoor environments.

Dr. Nick Clements earned his BS, MS, and Ph.D. in...


Oct 28, 2021

In this episode, Nancy McClellan talks about how industrial hygiene is an art form that allows professionals to look at the larger picture of occupant health and safety. She states that industrial hygiene is well suited and well prepared for addressing pandemics. She also shares with us that as a professional she...