With infectious diseases emerging and re-emerging at an unprecedented rate, the recent outbreaks of SARS, Zika, H1N1 and, of
course COVID-19 and its many variants, the continued rise in global temperatures and the expected corresponding increase in HVAC
system use, as well as new scientific discoveries related to the deadly effects of aerosol infectious disease transmission,
microbial contamination in and from HVAC systems has not only become a significant concern and focus of the HVAC industry,
but also the EPA, WHO, the CDC, and healthcare leaders worldwide.
While far from a new phenomenon, due to a number of factors, including those that follow, Indoor Air Pollution has become a more
and more urgent topic in the scientific and medical communities over the past year or two, and a growing concern to the general public.