School Air Quality: Ventilation, Filtration, Purification — and What to Consider for a Safer Reopening

The pandemic has made the issue of indoor air quality front and center. When it comes to public school facilities, School Board members, superintendents, parents, teachers and other public officials face overwhelming concerns and difficult decisions about how to reopen.

How can they improve indoor air quality through ventilation, filtration and purification? What’s the difference between Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization and Germicidal Ultraviolet Light (UVC)? What can be done about old HVAC systems?

In this episode of Energy Sense, Chief Energy Officer Chris Rawlings of VLED breaks down where to start, what questions to ask and who can provide answers. It’s time to put together a plan based on technology, science and engineering — and the health of all who walk through the doors of school.