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Countdown to the 2015 Northeast IAQ & Energy Conference Begins

Indoor air quality and energy efficiency professionals will arrive in Portland, Maine in less than a month for one of the best industry conferences of the entire year.


Augusta, ME – WEBWIRE

With less than a month to go before the conference begins, now is the time for those who have been thinking about attending to register for this exceptional event.

On April 15th, many of the nation’s foremost experts involved with indoor air quality (IAQ) and energy efficiency for residential, institutional and commercial properties will converge for the 2015 Northeast Indoor Air Quality & Energy Conference.  Those in attendance will enjoy two of the most rewarding days this year to network and learn from experts in their profession.
 
On the opening day of the event, attendees will participate in Seminar Day.  Four programs will be presented by leading practitioners and scientists followed by a cocktail reception.  Programs include:
·       The Unintended Consequences of Going Green
·       Bill’s Top Ten:  Tips for Enhancing Both Energy Efficiency and IAQ in Schools and Commercial Buildings
·       The Two Faces of an IAQ Problem: Approaching an Indoor Environmental Issue from BOTH the Owner’s and Practitioner’s Perspectives
·       Heat Pumps in the Residential Environment: Energy Efficiency, Applications, New Technology, & IAQ
Day two, Workshop Day, includes a keynote address from Bob Axelrad, Senior Policy Advisor and Indoor airPLUS Program Manager for the Indoor Environments Division of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  His presentation will cover many aspects of energy efficiency and indoor air quality spanning events over the past four decades.  In addition to the keynote address, more than a dozen workshops are being presented to help attendees and the companies and institutions they represent create healthy, sustainable indoor environments. 
 
The conference program has also been designed to provide plenty of opportunities for attendees to meet with exhibitors in the expo area. Extended morning, post-lunch and mid-afternoon networking breaks have all been scheduled.  An IAQ scavenger hunt and silent auction in the exhibit area will also encourage attendees to meet with exhibitors. 
 
“With less than a month to go before the conference begins, now is the time for those who have been thinking about attending to register for this exceptional event,” said Christine G. Crocker, Executive Director of the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council.  “Learn, network, earn continued education credits and enjoy historic Portland at one of the best industry conferences of 2015.”
 
To register or learn more about the 2015 Northeast Indoor Air Quality & Energy Conference hosted by the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council, please visit www.maineindoorair.org, email miaqc@gwi.net or call (207) 626.8115.
 
About the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council
The mission of the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council is to promote quality of life through improved indoor environments.  It is an interdisciplinary, non-profit, non-partisan organization, with a diverse membership of physicians & nurses, engineers, maintenance managers, lawyers, toxicologists, insurers, industrial hygienists, respiratory therapists, educators, architects, legislators and public policy decision-makers.


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