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Northeast IAQ & Energy Conference Announces Workshop Day Schedule

The Maine Indoor Air Quality Council reveals their comprehensive list of workshops from industry leaders that will be presented during day two of the conference.

Augusta, ME – WEBWIRE

We have workshops to interest everyone who is able to make this year’s stellar conference.

Next month, the 2015 Northeast IAQ & Energy Conference takes place on April 15th and 16th in Portland, Maine.   The conference begins with a full day comprised of four comprehensive seminars.  During the second day of the conference, more than a dozen workshops are being offered to help attendees and their companies create healthy, sustainable indoor environments. 
Workshop Day includes the following presentations:
·         Answering Those Unanswered Questions on Residential Ventilation:  A Controlled Energy Efficient, Effective Approach - Kurt Johnson - Fresh Air Ventilation, Inc., Lewiston, ME
·         Bad Smells and No Dog to Blame - Steve Caulfield, P.E., CIH – Turner Building Science & Design, Harrison, ME
·         Black, Brown, Green and White: What You Can Learn from Stains - Jeffrey May – May Indoor Investigations, Tyngsborough, MA
·         Combined Heat & Power - Michael Chonko and Katherine Everett, SMRT
·         Community Scale Net Zero Energy Homes & IAQ - Karla Donnelly - Steven Winter Associates, Norwalk, CT
·         Designing and Building Small Houses - Jim Bahoosh, Builder, Morrill, ME
·         Exposure to Allergens and Endotoxins in Homes, Schools and Workplaces:  A Review of the Latest Science - Eva M. King, MSc., PhD, Head of Immunoassay Department, Indoor Biotechnologies, Inc., Charlottesville, VA
·         Getting a Good Commercial Enclosure - Terry Brennan, Principal, Camroden Associates, Westmoreland, NY
·         Great Ventilation:  Why We Do It; How We Do It - Barry Stephens - Zehnder America, and Fred Gordon
·         High Performance Homes Don’t Need to Be Weird, Look Ugly, or Cost Too Much -  William A. Turner, P.E., Turner Building Science & Design, Harrison Maine and David Johnston, Builder, David Johnston & Company, Gorham, ME
·         Legally Defensible Mold Investigation Strategies - Jack Springston, CIH, CSP - TRC Environmental Corporation, New York, NY
·         The Microbiology of Sewage: Health Risks, and Cleanup - David Gallup - EMLab P&K, San Bruno, CA
·         Moisture and Humidity Control in Buildings:  The New EPA Guidance - Lew Harriman, Director of Research - Mason Grant Consulting, Portsmouth NH and Terry Brennan, Principal, Camroden Associates, Westmoreland, NY
·         Mold And ERMI: Comparing Traditional Investigation & Testing Methods to ERMI - Jason Dobranic, Ph.D. – EMSL, Houston, TX
·         Reducing Outdoor Contaminants in Indoor Spaces Initiative: A Case Study in Expanding the Concept of Healthy Buildings - Norman Anderson, Environmental Public Health Consultant, Winslow, ME and Linda Wigington, Linda M. Wigington and Associates
·         Storm Response and Restoring Contaminated Buildings - Scott Carter, Servpro of Maine, Falmouth, ME
·         Toxic Content in Building Products: Pathways for Exposure and Prevention - Jim Vallette, Senior Researcher, Healthy Buildings Network, Southwest Harbor, ME
·         Understanding Dust and Particulates – Getting the Whole Picture with Microanalysis - Jared Kelly, Laboratory Manager, EMSL - Salem, NH
·         Ventilation Effectiveness In Very Tight Homes - David Hales, Building Systems & Energy Specialist, Washington State University Energy Program, Spokane, WA
“We have workshops to interest everyone who is able to make this year’s stellar conference,” said Christine G. Crocker, Executive Director of the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council.  “Information about building science, energy efficiency, investigations, sampling, design and construction, facility operations and management, IAQ and health, risk management, ventilation, marketing, and project management are just some of the topics being presented that will allow attendees to implement what they learn into their professional lives.”
To register to attend or exhibit at the 2015 Northeast Indoor Air Quality & Energy Conference, please visit, email 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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