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by RadioJoe
Mon Aug 15, 2022 2:29 pm
Forum: IAQ Radio Afterthoughts
Topic: Episode 671: Bill Bahnfleth, PhD, PE - Dustin Poppendieck, PhD - Alison Savage, MPH - Why Indoor Chemistry Matters! Pt2
Replies: 2
Views: 22

Re: Episode 671: Bill Bahnfleth, PhD, PE - Dustin Poppendieck, PhD - Alison Savage, MPH - Why Indoor Chemistry Matters!

The hard part about dealing with indoor air chemistry is figuring out what is wrong and then how to solve the issue. The report from NASEM is a great start to learning more about this topic. There is still a lot to do but at least now we have a foundation to build on.
by RadioJoe
Sat Jul 09, 2022 8:01 pm
Forum: IAQ Radio Afterthoughts
Topic: Episode 669: Dave Dorman, DVM, PhD - Rima Habre, ScD - Megan Harries, PhD - NASEM - Why Indoor Chemistry Matters
Replies: 2
Views: 115

Re: Episode 669: Dave Dorman, DVM, PhD - Rima Habre, ScD - Megan Harries, PhD - NASEM - Why Indoor Chemistry Matters

Why Indoor Chemistry Matters is an important inflection point in how we look at indoor environments. For 50 years we have looked at CO and CO2 and Formaldehyde, Lead, Asbestos, particulate, mold and the elusive VOC's. Now we are seeing that grandma was correct and its all of these plus more and they...
by RadioJoe
Mon Jun 27, 2022 2:23 pm
Forum: IAQ Radio Afterthoughts
Topic: Episode 668: Bill Sothern, DrPH, Chris Mikrut, Michael Berg, PhD - Misalignment between Clinical Mold Antigen Extracts..
Replies: 2
Views: 167

Re: Episode 668: Bill Sothern, DrPH, Chris Mikrut, Michael Berg, PhD - Misalignment between Clinical Mold Antigen Extrac

Sometimes you are not sure how a show is going to go until you do it. This week was no exception and in the end it came out exceptional. The last day inclusion of Dr. Michael Berg was very helpful and his contribution along with Dr. Sothern and Chris Mikrut made for a great show. This is an importan...
by RadioJoe
Fri Jun 17, 2022 9:26 pm
Forum: IAQ Radio Afterthoughts
Topic: Episode 667: Bradley Prezant, MBA, MSPH, CIH - Assessing Risk of Infection & Air Exchange – CO2 Pitfalls, SF6 Benefits
Replies: 2
Views: 161

Re: Episode 667: Bradley Prezant, MBA, MSPH, CIH - Assessing Risk of Infection & Air Exchange – CO2 Pitfalls, SF6 Benefi

It's always a pleasure talking to Brad Prezant. Upbeat and intelligent are just two words to describe him. What started out as a pretty technical show also included a bunch of practical information that can be implemented quickly. I will be using some of the things learned today when we open a new g...
by RadioJoe
Sat May 21, 2022 5:05 pm
Forum: IAQ Radio Afterthoughts
Topic: Episode 665: David Jacobs, PhD, CIH – A Healthy Homes Pioneer; Over 40 Years of Improving IEQ
Replies: 2
Views: 230

Re: Episode 665: David Jacobs, PhD, CIH – A Healthy Homes Pioneer; Over 40 Years of Improving IEQ

Thank you Dave Jacobs not only for doing the show with us yesterday but for your decades of work helping make homes healthier. I love these kind of shows when we learn about what happened behind the headlines. Be it the Cleveland IPH topic or how the HUD Guidelines for Lead Based Paint came about to...
by RadioJoe
Mon May 09, 2022 4:49 pm
Forum: IAQ Radio Afterthoughts
Topic: Episode 664: Joe Spurgeon, PhD - Surface Dust Samples, ERMI Scores and Assessing Mold Exposures
Replies: 2
Views: 280

Re: Episode 664: Joe Spurgeon, PhD - Surface Dust Samples, ERMI Scores and Assessing Mold Exposures

Always great to learn from Dr. Joe Spurgeon. All I can say is I hope more and more people learn from Joe's years of expertise. If only I had a magic wand and could get the industry to listen to Joe. And if only the alternative medicine docs would recognize the major issues with using ERMI Scores to ...
by RadioJoe
Mon May 02, 2022 3:01 pm
Forum: IAQ Radio Afterthoughts
Topic: Episode 663: Roger Berry & Brian Lester - Mold Remediation, Can Spray Be The Way?
Replies: 2
Views: 297

Re: Episode 663: Roger Berry & Brian Lester - Mold Remediation, Can Spray Be The Way?

Great show with our guests Roger and Brian. It's always nice to hear from the man in the field doing this work on a daily basis. Mold remediation is tough work. I look forward to hearing the feedback from our audience as they try out the Dot products.
by RadioJoe
Fri Apr 22, 2022 7:58 pm
Forum: IAQ Radio Afterthoughts
Topic: Episode 662: Elliott Gall, PhD - Particle Mitigation Strategies; What Works?
Replies: 2
Views: 269

Re: Episode 662: Elliott Gall, PhD - Particle Mitigation Strategies; What Works?

Nice to talk with Elliot Gall about particle and gas-phase pollutant mitigation topics today. Everything I learn on this topic makes me think we will be hearing more and more about it. The pandemic and the wildfires are making IAQ more important every day.
by RadioJoe
Fri Apr 15, 2022 5:36 pm
Forum: IAQ Radio Afterthoughts
Topic: Episode 661: Flashback Friday – Andrew K. Persily, PhD – National Institute for Standards & Tech
Replies: 1
Views: 242

Re: Episode 661: Flashback Friday – Andrew K. Persily, PhD – National Institute for Standards & Tech

Our thanks to Andy Persily and Jon "You Gotta Have" Faith for this week's show. While preparing for last week's interview I found that our May 2010 interview held up really nice and decided to replay it as a Flashback Friday on Easter Weekend. Jon helped update it with photos, sound editin...
by RadioJoe
Fri Apr 08, 2022 7:38 pm
Forum: IAQ Radio Afterthoughts
Topic: Episode 660: Andrew K. Persily, PhD - Understanding Indoor CO2, Building Ventilation and Their Affects on IEQ
Replies: 3
Views: 354

Re: Episode 660: Andrew K. Persily, PhD - Understanding Indoor CO2, Building Ventilation and Their Affects on IEQ

Wow, great interview and questions from our audience. I think we can let the Cliff's blog and the comments speak for themselves. I am working with Dr. Persily on follow ups to questions we could not get to today!