Indoor Air Quality Courses

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Below is a sample of Indoor Air Quality courses available on the EEBA Academy:
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Best Practices to Achieve Radon Resistant New Homes

This webinar will review the key concerns and options for building new homes to achieve the lowest possible radon concentrations, including current codes and standards.

Instructor: Brian Hanson & Bruce Snead

Indoor Air Quality Sensors Test Method

With increased focus on health and indoor air quality, the industry has seen a boom of low-cost indoor air quality sensor systems that measure a variety of pollutants and other substances. These sensors are being using in a wide array of applications, often being included in consumer IAQ feedback devices, and even sometimes being used to control demand-responsive ventilation. Newport and HVI will share the technical work performed to develop these standards as well as the future of industry efforts to bring certification of IAQ sensor systems to the market.

Instructor: Joe Nebbia, Matt Matheny

How Can Low-Cost IAQ Monitors Benefit Builders and Contractors

These gadgets just won't disappear! They are becoming more popular with occupants and contractors. This session will provide an overview on what they can monitor, how to get the data and what can they integrate with inside the home. 

Instructor: Joe Medosch
CEUs: 1 AIA, 1 BPI, 1 NAHB, 1 NARI, 1 RESNET, and 1 GENERAL

Kicking Gas! Going All-Electric for the Health of Your Family and the Earth

"Decarbonization" and "electrification" are becoming household words in some parts of the country. This presentation will demystify these terms, covering the motivations, benefits, and nuts and bolts of making the switch -- transitioning mixed-fuel homes to 100% electricity. If you have concerns about indoor air quality, resiliency, or the changing climate, there's something for you in this webinar.

Instructor: Ann Edminster
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