The Importance of Controlling VOC Emissions During Cannabis Production

As of July 2021, 18 states have legalized marijuana, while 37 states have legalized it for medical use. In recent years, the support for the legalization of this formerly stigmatized drug has soared, with more individuals using it for recreational and medical reasons such as relief from ongoing pain and anxiety. As a result, the … Read more

Assisted Care Facilities, Air Quality Importance

The population of elderly people will expect to rise from 137 million to 425 million by 2050. Of that population, 15-27 million people will either live in nursing homes or living assisted facilities.              With age, comes with a few complications. Elderly often have compromised immune systems, thus leaving them vulnerable to contracting life-threatening illnesses. Because … Read more

Modern Innovation and the Agricultural Industry

Modern innovation has made its way into the agricultural industry, specifically in urban communities more than ever before. The introduction of modern farming, also known as ‘vertical farming, has increased in popularity as new generations appeal to more sustainable lifestyles. In comparison, traditional open field farming is known to cause about 24% of gas emission, … Read more

Sick Building Syndrome: Building Related Illnesses

As the world continues to progress utilizing modern technology and design methods, efficient and sustainable buildings are built, however, at the expense of safety and health. Recent data obtained by the U.S. Protection Agency (EPA) shows a staggering 90 percent of the population spend their time indoors. Now more than ever, keeping up with the … Read more

The dangerous effects of animal urine, dander and other particulates at kennels and high-density shelters on animals and their caregivers

We often overlook the harmful effects of poor indoor air quality on animal health, and particularly so in kennel and shelter environments where the high densities of animals and their biological waste, along with chemical agents used for cleaning, creates unhealthy levels of particulates and odors that result in poor indoor air quality harmful to … Read more

Maintaining Air Quality in Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA), from Indoor Farming to Greenhouses

The environment that helps indoor plants and crops thrive also creates an environment ripe for the propagation of undesirable biological species in the form of fungi, molds and insects, rendering the struggle to control outbreaks in Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) a constant one, no matter the crop or the growing environment. CleanAirZone’s (CAZ) revolutionary filterless … Read more

CleanAirZone 100% Green Biology-Based Air Purification System in Nursing Homes

Studies In the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic showed that nursing home residents and staff represented over a third of the nation’s known coronavirus deaths, and experts believe the figure is likely higher as the virus attacked this especially vulnerable population. But beyond COVID, indoor air quality has declined to unhealthy levels that … Read more

CleanAirZone 100% Green Biology-Based Air Purification System Ideally Suited for a Multitude of Interior Settings

Well before the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, air quality in both residential and public arenas has long been a source of health concerns for young and old, generated by pollutants ranging from chemicals and gases to such living organisms as mold, bacteria, cysts and viruses.  While poor air quality can result in common and … Read more