Bipolar ionization (BPI) technology emits charged particles that attach to and deactivate harmful substances like bacteria, allergens, mold, and viruses. It’s no wonder that this technology has already been used in areas such as large airports and Google headquarters to ensure high air quality and stave off the spread of germs.
Businesses across the country have or are reopening buildings this month, and if you operate one of them you might be asking yourself “how is this going to work?”
Here is what you need to know …
Today we sit down with Jim Johnston, co-founder of Altaire – The “turbocharger” for air handlers. We discuss the inherent problems with existing and underperforming air handlers, how it affects tenants, and what we can do to solve the problem.
As we’ve seen in the Colorado market and many others, medical Cannabis prices start out strong, but as the market becomes saturated with new facilities, the price can quickly plummet.
Have you ever been to a building and suddenly started feeling your eyes, nose, and throat irritated, or your skin itching? Or maybe you got a headache, felt lethargic, or had mysterious mental fatigue that you couldn’t quite explain. You could have been a victim of what we call the Sick Building Syndrome, or SBS.