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AtmosAir Presents on Health and Wellness at JLL’s Smart Building Energy Summit

In late April 2017, building owners, energy experts, and technology pioneers came together at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC to address the business and social drivers for more energy efficient buildings. The 2017 Building Energy Summit provided a valuable forum for AtmosAir President and CEO, Steve Levine, to educate building owners and managers […]

Green Lights: AtmosAir featured in the New York Post

The hot topic on every developers mind as of late, was confirmed by AtmosAir’s feature in the New York Post on April 25th, 2017.  Editor, Lois Weiss noted, ‘Many municipalities now require energy audits and yearly benchmarking of energy use,’ making sustainability a major priority in the eyes of institutional investors.’ Numerous New York City […]

AtmosAir Awarded Research Grant in Singapore

AtmosAir, along with our technology partner in Singapore, Techbridge Ventures, was recently awarded a research grant of up to 500,000 SGD ($360,000 USD) from Jurong Town Corporation (JTC). AtmosAir was one of 10 recipients from among a pool of over 150 applications. This project, as well as test bedding projects will be carried out over […]

NYU School of Medicine Professor Philip Tierno Jr., ‘Dr. Germ,’ Completes Paper on AtmosAir Technology

  Dr. Philip M. Tierno Jr., Professor of Microbiology & Pathology at New York University and NYU Langone Medical Center reviewed published research and testing on AtmosAir purification technology and concluded in his recent paper: “There is only one technology that satisfies all of the tenants for providing clean indoor air quality for an entire […]

AtmosAir President and CEO, Steve Levine, featured on Cheddar

This past April 4th, 2017, President and CEO of AtmosAir, Steve Levine, appeared on Cheddar’s closing bell show to report on the air quality at the NY Stock Exchange.  After explaining AtmosAir’s newest application, AtmosAware, he broke down the properties of the air that workers were currently breathing utilizing the AtmosAware app and monitoring system. AtmosAware monitors concentrations […]

HBR Research: Stale Office Air Is Making You Less Productive

  Harvard’s director of the Healthy Buildings program at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Joseph G. Allen, has been bringing light to an issue we’ve been discussing for years:  IAQ is directly correlated to our health and wellness. Spending time in fresh air, surrounded by nature, has been said to increase one’s energy […]

AtmosAir Project Profile: Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

                            AtmosAir is proud to announce that Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has installed it’s indoor air purification technology in Terminal 3, Terminal 4, Terminal 5, Terminal 7, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal.  The AtmosAir system provides LAX’s 70+ million annual passengers noticeably healthier indoor air quality […]