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Montessori Academy

The parents of students at Montessori Academy in the Biyun area of Shanghai China have an extra reason to be happy their kids are going to Montessori Academy.  AtmosAir is now installed in all the academy’s classrooms.  The systems there will ensure contaminants remain in a healthy range. Montessori Academy serves some very young students, […]

Gaming and Indoor Air: The Casino’s Answer to IAQ

When John Lezenby, facilities director for a major Atlantic City. N.J., casino, was planning the opening three years ago, he had all the best intentions. It was a risk, but the casino decided to be 100 percent smoke-free in the new gaming mecca. Turns out that was a huge problem. It drove gamblers away. “When […]

Bangkok Case Studies Show Remarkable Reduction in Airborne Bacteria with AtmosAir Solutions

AtmosAir Solutions has recently completed two exciting comprehensive case studies in Bangkok, Thailand.  AtmosAir Solutions was initially installed in one floor of a large Thai Bank as part of a trial by the bank to verify the performance of the AtmosAir system.  Pre-testing at the bank showed bacteria levels that exceeded the detectable limit of […]

AtmosAir in the News: Crain’s New York Business

  Scott Frank, partner at Jaros, Baum & Bolles, a leading consulting engineering firm based in Manhattan, wrote the article ‘A Breath of Fresh Air for City Office Workers’ in July 2016’s issue of Crain’s New York Business. Jaros, Baum & Bolles has specified AtmosAir on various projects and has AtmosAir installed in their offices. […]

Air Pollution and Your Sleep

New research suggests that people with the highest exposure to two types of air pollution – ultrafine particulate pollution and pollution from automobile traffic (NO2) are less likely to sleep well, compared to those with lower exposure to pollution. Researchers from the University of Washington analyzed data from 1,863 adults previously enrolled in sleep and […]

Fungal Toxins Easily Become Airborne Creating Potential Indoor Health Risk

  Recent research in Applied and Environmental Microbiology published in late June 2017 stated that many fungi can develop on building materials in indoor environments if moisture is high enough. Among species that are frequently observed, some are known to be potent mycotoxin producers. This presence of toxinogenic fungi in indoor environments raises the question […]

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 […]