Welcome to the first edition of Airwaves, a weekly roundup of the most important events and stories in the indoor air quality world. Here are some headlines for the week of June 14, 2023:
As wildfires in Canada continue to blanket skies across the Eastern U.S. with smoke and ash, people are capturing photos and videos of apocalyptic scenes. But are the fires affecting your indoor air?
They could be. That's why it's important to remember there are ways to prevent wildfire smoke from getting inside your home.
For the record, observers in Canada expect the fires to cause air quality issues all summer long.
In other air quality news, Hawaii issued an air quality alert to tourists and residents due to volcanic eruptions. Yikes. With all these potential air polluting threats this summer, you might be interested in knowing how to check the outdoor air quality near you.
If you really want to keep your family safe, make sure you know what's inside your home's air. Now you can with IAQ, which just launched on Indiegogo after a successful Kickstarter campaign that raised over 200% over goal.
Check it out and breathe easy!