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Indoor Air Contaminant Odor Source Detection

While it’s certainly not a perfect one, there’s an undeniable link between odor and air quality. Many of the substances that threaten air quality also tend to smell bad, and there are even many odorous substances in the environment – known broadly as “environmental odors” – that can lead to physical symptoms, including toxic and

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Contaminants That Threaten Indoor Air Quality, Part 2

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over a couple of the primary air contaminants that may be impacting your indoor air quality. While many think of the indoors as a cleaner area for air, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) actually says that indoor air pollutants can be two to five times

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Contaminants That Threaten Indoor Air Quality, Part 1

While many simply assume that indoor air is cleaner and safer than the air outside, this simply isn’t always the case. Per the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor pollutants can reach levels two to five times higher than outdoor areas if the indoor area in question is not properly protected. At Wasatch Clean

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How Air Purification Systems Benefit Struggling Sleepers

If you’re someone who has struggled with sleep for many years, chances are you’ve tried a variety of potential solutions. From noisemakers to earplugs, blackout curtains to the latest in pillow technology, there are numerous outlets people look to when having sleep issues. At Wasatch Clean Air, we’re here to tell you about one potential

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Fall and Winter Air Quality Themes to Consider, Part 2

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over several themes for home and building owners to maintain high air quality during the fall and winter period we’re currently in. This transitional period presents several specific challenges here, namely the fact that we spend more time indoors during cold temperatures – and creating

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