Past IEC Newsletters:


 

houstonfloods

April 2016

Houston-Area Responds to Historic Water Damage

Building IAQ Performance Evaluations

Hidden Mold a Concern in Central and Southeast Texas Properties

1508b5b947eOctober 2015

Healthcare Providers and Fungal Exposures Risks

Sewer Overflow Property Damage Concerns in Homes & Buildings

sep2015

September 2015

Humidity and Mold Issues

Indoor Air Quality and Student Success in the Classroom

 

august2015

August 2015

Outbreak of Legionnaire’s Disease

Preventing Occupational Asthma

july2015

July 2015

LEED IEQ Certification Services in Texas and the Gulf Coast

Hurricane Season Advice for Gulf Coast Residents

Identifying Surface and Wood Rot Fungi

june2015

June 2015

Texas Property Owners Clean Up Flood Damage

High Humidity Levels in Water-Damaged Buildings Can Cause Dust Mite Problems

 

may2015

May 2015

Asthma Awareness Month

Tips for Facility Managers to Mitigate Indoor Allergy Complaints

april2016

April 2015

Identifying Indoor Allergans and Pollutants that Affect People with COPD

Is it Spring Allergies or Indoor Air Quality Issues?

march2016

March 2015

Laminate Flooring Creates Formaldehyde Exposure Concerns

Recovering from Smoke and Water Damage following a Fire

 

feb2016

February 2015

Exposure to Mold in Indoor Environments

Formaldehyde in Building Materials

January 2015

Preventing Indoor Air Quality Issues during Construction

IAQ Professionals Identify Legionella Risks

dec2014

December 2014

Tips to Prevent Winter Water Damage and Mold

LEED IEQ Certification Services

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