IAQA University Webinar 2015
Friday, December 4, 2015 – 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm ET
Although there are more than 10 million species of bacteria on earth, very few cause human illness. Of those species that do, only a small number have an airborne transmission. This webinar will discuss the impact of Legionella, filamentous bacteria and endotoxins on indoor air quality. You’ll learn why bacteria needs to be considered during a thorough air quality assessment.
$25 IAQA Members
$40 Non-IAQA Members
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***About the Instructor: Ian Cull is President of Indoor Sciences, an indoor air quality training and consulting company based in Chicago, IL. Mr. Cull is a professional engineer and indoor air quality consultant who has performed IAQ assessments since 1995 on all different building types. Mr. Cull wrote and developed 50 classes for the IAQA University covering topics such as HVAC, building science, assessments, sampling and remediation. Mr. Cull is a past board member and officer of the IAQA. He is a highly commended speaker that is known for making complex topics easy to understand.
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