Armstrong Fluid Technology and the Earnscliffe Strategy Group are holding a virtual summit on Wednesday 10 June, designed to help building owners and operators create and maintain healthy indoor spaces in today’s challenging environment.

Entitled Healthier Buildings for a Greener Future – Improving Air Quality in Buildings Post-Covidthe discussions will focus on indoor air quality, sustainability, energy savings and occupant comfort. There will be two panel discussions on issues related to healthy indoor environments in Canadian buildings. The content will be of interest to building owners, designers, HVAC engineers and sustainability experts.

The first session of the virtual summit, Risk Reduction in the MUSH Sectortakes place between 1.30–2.15pm local time and will feature a panel of industry experts from the municipal, university, school and hospital (MUSH) sectors and will address health challenges in indoor spaces.

The second session, Going Green: How Technology Can Improve Employee Health and Reduce Emissions, will take place between 2.30–3.15pm local time and will focus on what solutions exist to help building owners and operators improve the health and sustainability of buildings.

The virtual summit is free and you can register here 

 

Armstrong Fluid Technology and the Earnscliffe Strategy Group are holding a virtual summit on Wednesday 10 June, designed to help building owners and operators create and maintain healthy indoor spaces in today’s challenging environment.

 

Entitled Healthier Buildings for a Greener Future – Improving Air Quality in Buildings Post-Covidthe discussions will focus on indoor air quality, sustainability, energy savings and occupant comfort. There will be two panel discussions on issues related to healthy indoor environments in Canadian buildings. The content will be of interest to building owners, designers, HVAC engineers and sustainability experts.

 

The first session of the virtual summit, Risk Reduction in the MUSH Sectortakes place between 1.30–2.15 local time and will feature a panel of industry experts from the municipal, university, school and hospital (MUSH) sectors and will address health challenges in indoor spaces.

 

The second session, Going Green: How Technology Can Improve Employee Health and Reduce Emissions, will take place between 2.30–3.15 and will focus on what solutions exist to help building owners and operators improve the health and sustainability of buildings.

 

The virtual summit is free and you can register here  https://mailchi.mp/76efe3446684/healthierbuildingsforagreenerfuture-4730238?e=f673002be4