Designing HVAC Systems for Air Quality Post-Pandemic
- Jun 29, 2021 6:37 pm GMT
Last year, society faced unimaginable concerns regarding the health, safety and wellbeing of humanity. Fortunately, as vaccinations roll out, case numbers continuously drop. In the post-pandemic atmosphere, we search for future disease prevention methods.
Air quality and ventilation are top priorities as individuals return to work. In future health crises, establishments can safely provide goods and services to consumers with the proper technology. Environmental scientists and engineers develop optimal ventilation systems, increasing indoor air quality following the pandemic.
Center for Disease Control Regulations
We are still unsure of COVID-19’s original source, and many researchers developed viable theories. Various scientists believe the outbreak originated from human and animal interaction. As the global temperature rises, the greater ecosystem changes.
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