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Managing a School's Outside Air Exchange for Indoor Air Quality

Broadcast Date: June 29, 2011

Webinar Overview

Indoor air quality (IAQ) concerns not only affect the energy performance of a school building, they also impact the health and well-being of the school's most precious commodity - the students. This webinar offers guidance on the proper management of a school’s IAQ.

KEEPS Engineer Bruce Hepke introduces the main areas of concern that relate to outdoor air exchange for indoor air quality.

Barren County Public Schools Energy Manager Keith Harlow discusses actual field experiences regarding IAQ problems and solutions from the perspective of an HVAC contractor as well as his role as a school district energy manager.

CMTA Engineering Consultants Vice President Jeremy Smith addresses IAQ regulations, proper design and retrofit considerations, field experiences and current technologies to address IAQ concerns.

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Overcoming Concerns about Outside Air Exchange for Indoor Air Quality

  • Presented by Bruce Hepke, Engineer, KEEPS.
  • Duration Time: 7 minutes, 58 seconds.

 

  

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Retrofit Considerations and Current Technologies to Address IAQ Concerns

  • Presented by Jeremy Smith, Vice President, CMTA Engineering Consultants.
  • Duration Time: 29 minutes, 53 seconds.

 

 

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Addressing School District IAQ Concerns: Experiences from the Field

  • Presented by Keith Harlow, Energy Manager, Barren County Public Schools.
  • Duration Time: 22 minutes, 31 seconds.

 

 

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