Can Buildings Be The Filters For The Air We Breathe?

Shanghai IAQA Launch

Over the past few years, the Chinese market for clean air has exploded. But you may have also seen a lot of unsophisticated clients, leading to confusion that is made worse by the emergence of solution providers lacking adequate knowledge or experience. China currently lacks standards around indoor air quality service and products. This has made it difficult for true professionals to be recognised for quality. Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA), established in 1995, is dedicated to bringing practitioners together to prevent and solve indoor environmental problems for the benefits of consumers and the public.

With the endorsement of the global board, PureLiving China is brining IAQA to Shanghai. This is going to start a new era where IAQ standard and regulations in China are going to catch up on the international level, which opens the doors for more competitive and qualified suppliers to provide more creative solutions and to compete on a better regulated market.

Other topics to be discussed during this forum are:

  • What are the most common mistakes made when trying to create an indoor air quality system?
  • Can designers and architects “design” for air quality?
  • How is air quality monitoring changing the way buildings perform and talk to us?
  • How do I choose a good monitor and how can I use the data?
  • How are companies using air quality as a staff retention or branding strategy?

Urbn Hotel,
183 Jiaozhou Road,
Near Beijing West Road,
Jingan Temple Line 2 Exit 2

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