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NAFA presents IAQ Clean Air Awards for 2014

Buildings recognised for significantly improving IAQ by increasing level or efficiency of HVAC air filtration system

| | Oct 15, 2013 | 11:07 pm
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Buildings recognised for significantly improving IAQ by increasing level or efficiency of HVAC air filtration system

The National Air Filtration Association (NAFA), the trade association for heating, ventilating and air conditioning air filter manufacturers and distributors around the world, has announced presenting awards to the recipients of the Clean Air Awards for 2014 at their Annual Conference in Savannah, Georgia, on September 26. The Clean Air Award is presented each year to the building owners and managers that take steps to significantly improve the quality of their indoor air by increasing the level or efficiency of their HVAC air filtration system in 10 categories, NAFA added.

Explaining the process, NAFA said that candidates are nominated by both NAFA members and members of the facility management community for the award, and must submit detailed and specific steps taken towards cleaning the indoor environment through better air filtration, after which, a NAFA-certified air filter specialist confirms the improvements. Finally, the awards are judged by the NAFA Clean Air Award Committee. In addition, award-winning buildings must maintain IAQ diligence and submit inspection data each year in order to maintain the NAFA Clean Air Award.

According to NAFA, this year, 29 buildings received the award.


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