Welcome to Airwaves, a weekly roundup of the most important events and stories in the indoor air quality world. Here are some of the top stories for the week of July 26, 2023:
As cities on the East Coast continue to grapple with air quality issues from this summer's Canadian wildfires, authorities are looking west for help. The states of California, Oregon, and Washington have long implemented strategies for dealing with air quality issues, including proactive communications, the development of clean air centers, closing government offices, and promoting prevention tactics to locals.
For those living in the midwest and along the east coast, air quality questions have come up more this summer than in the past. One such common question is whether you should run your air conditioner when outdoor air quality is bad? This article answers that and offers additional tips for improving indoor air quality during smoky conditions.
If you're wondering about how your indoor air quality might be affecting your daily life, check out this short video from the American Lung Association. It does a great job of describing how air quality can affect your breathing.
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As always, contact us with questions, comments, or feedback on all things indoor air.
-The IAQ Team