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How important is the quality of the air you breathe to you? Do you know how improvements in a building’s energy efficiency can impact the quality of the air inside?
On April 11-12. 2016, the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council will host “Buildings Are for People”, aka the 2016 Northeast Indoor Air Quality & Energy Conference, at the Holiday Inn by the Bay in Portland.
If you design, build, operate or maintain buildings, if you work in residential, educational, commercial or industrial environments, if you provide consulting and professional services, if you manage policy or public health or if you just really like breathing good air — this conference is for you.
The conference includes a variety of lectures, workshops, exhibits and poster sessions that will offer important information and provide for discussions that will address professional development, scientific issues, trends, industry innovations and more. Some of the topics to be covered include:
The Basics of Building Science
Net Zero Homes and Indoor Air Quality
Mold and Radon Resistance
Sources of Indoor Bioaerosol
Vapor Intrusion Effects on Indoor Air Quality
Heat Pumps and PV as a Path to Net Zero
and MUCH, much more.
The event is also one of the IAQ industry’s premier networking opportunities and the ideal opportunity for companies who provide services and products to the industry to connect with their current and future customers.
All sessions at the 2016 Northeast Indoor Air Quality & Energy Conference will have pre-approved continuing education credits. The accreditations page will be updated as approvals are received. If you have questions about whether or not accreditation is available for your profession, please contact the MIAQC office at (207) 626-8115 or e-mail the Council firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more and register for the conference, visit the website.
Image courtesy of the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council.