Thomas J. Phillips – Healthy Building Research – Davis, CA – The Heat Is On

Air Date: 12-14-2018|Episode 527

This week we welcome Tom Phillips to Iaqradio+. Mr. Phillips is a consultant on healthy sustainable buildings and lives in Davis, California. He has spent over 35 years working at the intersection of research and policy addressing public health, pollution, and buildings, mainly at the California Air Resources Board. From 1985 to 2009, he designed and managed research contracts on human exposure to indoor and outdoor pollutants, ventilation, air cleaning, and building ventilation. He also produced health-based guidelines on indoor combustion pollutants and air cleaners.
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FLASHBACK FRIDAY – William (Bill) Vaughan, PhD Mold Assessment Issues and Answers | Original Air Date: 4-15-16 – Episode 410

Air Date: 12-7-2018|Episode 526

Radio Joe and the team of IAQ Training Institute instructors are in Greenville, SC teaching all week so this week we will flash back to a great show we did with Dr. William (Bill) Vaughan about methods for assessing mold contamination and best practices for preparing for clearance air sampling. Over the years Dr. Vaughan has perfected a method for assessing Condition 2 areas in buildings and a method (air polishing) for cleaning the air prior to post remediation verification. He has had great success using and teaching these methods. We look forward to talking in detail today at noon.

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Flashback Friday – Lew Harriman & Terry Brennan Mason – EPA Moisture Control Guidance for Design, Construction and Maintenance – Original Air Date: 7-11-2014 | Episode: 333

Air Date: 11-16-2018|Episode 524

This week on Iaqradio+ we flashback to a great show with Lew Harriman and Terry Brennan from 7-11-24. The EPA Moisture Control Guide is one of the best, if not the best document EPA has developed in 20 years. Terry Brennan and Lew Harriman join us to discuss the document and give us their thoughts on evaluating moisture issues in buildings. If you do not have this document in your library, get it, its free and your tax dollars helped to put it together.

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What We Learned – Healthy Buildings Summit 2018 – Nate Adams & Radio Joe

Air Date: 11-9-2018|Episode 523

This week on Iaqradio+ we welcome “Nate the House Whisperer” Adams back to talk with Radio Joe about “What We Learned… Healthy Buildings Summit 2018” (HBS 2018). This year was our 6th year putting together the Healthy Buildings Summit. Our Keynote speakers were Jordan Peccian, PhD and Jeff “My House is Killing Me” May. Yesterday Nate Adams and Radio Joe sat down to go over the presentations at this years event and discuss key points from each presentation. Both the Youtube version and our podcast are up now! We will return live next Friday at noon.

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Nate Adams – The House Whisperer The Evolving World of Home Performance – Part 3: Building Science, IAQ & Insulation

Air Date: 11-2-2018|Episode 522

Today on IAQ Radio we welcome¬†Nate the House Whisperer¬†Adams.¬†Nate is the founder of Energy Smart Home Performance outside Cleveland Ohio. Today we conclude our 3 part series “The Evolving World of Home Performance”. This week we will focus on¬†Building Science, IAQ & Insulation. Much or what we will discuss today comes from Nate’s excellent book,¬†The Home Comfort Book; The ultimate guide to creating a comfortable, healthy, efficient and long-lasting home.¬†Nate is knowledgeable, entertaining and always eager to share his ideas and unique perspective on home performance.

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Peter DeCarlo, PhD – Drexel University – What can Kathmandu teach us about HomeChem? – Governed by the chemistry around us

Air Date: 10-19-2018|Episode 521

Dr. Peter DeCarlo is an Associate Professor with appointment in the Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering, and the Department of Chemistry at Drexel University.  He is also an affiliate of the Urban Health Collaborative in the School of Public Health at Drexel University and an adjunct member of the Center for Excellence in Environmental Toxicology (CEET) at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Rusty Amarante, CR – Director of Operations, BELFOR – Property Restoration An Introspective Interview & Fireside Chat Spanning 4 Decades in the Restoration Industry!

Air Date: 10-12-2018|Episode 520

Rusty Amarante is a Certified Restorer and Director of Operations for BELFOR Property Restoration the global leader in disaster recovery. He is also President of the BELFOR Franchise Group a leading national franchisor of service brands including 1-800-WATER DAMAGE, DUCTZ International and HOODZ International.
Rusty’s career started in the 1970’s¬† in suburban Philadelphia, PA and has ranged from the owner of a small cleaning and restoration company that grew to a large regional full service restoration contractor before joining the BELFOR Team in the 1990’s. Over the past forty plus years he has been an IICRC instructor, state approved CEC trainer for the insurance industry and avid contributor and volunteer to the industry’s not-for-profit sector.

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Jay Stake – IAQA President – A New Chapter in the IAQA Story; After ASHRAE & Hurricane Florence Update

Air Date: 10-5-2018|Episode 519

Jay Stake is the new Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) President for 2018-19. He is also the owner of J&J Consultants a total indoor air quality assessment company and President of Structural Sciences, Inc. Structural Sciences provides indoor air quality consulting services to the relocation industry throughout North America. Mr. Stake uses a network of 269 inspectors to assist with the relocation of clients in the network. The majority of the inspectors in his network are IAQA members. He has been a member of the IAQA Board of Directors for 3 years and prior served as Vice Chair of the IESO before it became inactive under the ASHRAE umbrella.

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Karen C. Dannemiller, PhD – Assistant Professor, The Ohio State University – Understanding fungi, bacteria and chemicals in the indoor environment

Air Date: 9-28-2018|Episode 518

This week on IAQradio+ we welcome¬†Karen Dannemiller, PhD, Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University. Dr. Dannemiller’s¬†interdisciplinary research integrates engineering with microbiology and addresses emerging health challenges and environmental concerns using -omics approaches. Within the indoor environment, we are simultaneously exposed to thousands of chemicals and microorganisms which compose our indoor exposures, and these exposures are different from those of our ancestors. Broadly, the goal of Dr. Dannemiller’s¬†work is to understand these exposures, their sources, and their impact on human health. Her unique background combines training in both engineering and public health to tackle difficult questions, particularly with regards to exposures in the built environment where we spend 90% of our time.

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