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Why Top Companies Monitor Their Air, and You Should Too

The future of schools, workplaces, and buildings of all kinds depends on better air quality When the pandemic hit in March of 2020, many aspects of life that we had previously taken for granted came to a sudden halt. Most schools switched almost exclusively to remote learning, restaurants found themselves only able to offer takeout, […]

Why President Biden Got COVID

And How We Can Finally Get Ahead of New Virus Transmissions Last week President Biden, who is fully vaccinated and has received 2 booster shots, contracted COVID 19. The pandemic has taught us that anybody, even the safest, most cautious people, can get COVID, and that their reactions can vary greatly from asymptomatic, to mild […]

Monkeypox: What You Need to Know

Since May 7, 2022, over sixty-six thousand monkeypox infections have been identified, many in regions where monkeypox is not typically found. More cases are anticipated, and the World Health Organization has declared the outbreak a global health emergency. The Centers for Disease Control is tracking total cases this year, deaths, and whether the disease is […]

The White House Clean Air in Buildings Challenge

An Overview of the 2022 Initiative On March 17th of this year, the White House announced the Clean Air in Buildings Challenge, a call for building owners and operators to improve and protect public health and reduce the spread of COVID-19 and other viruses through actions designed to advance indoor air quality (IAQ) with better ventilation […]

We need an Operation Warp Speed for clean indoor air.

When we think about the full suite of tools we need to combat covid-19, now and in the future, we’ve had many successes – a safe and effective vaccine created and rolled out in record time, new therapeutics coming into widespread use that reduces hospitalization by almost 90 percent, the authorization of more rapid test […]

ThinkLite teams up with The Eversource Foundation to give to The Salvation Army.

ThinkLite’s CFO and COO, Danny Wadhwani is happy to join Governor Charlie Baker and Gene Lavanche in congratulating Eversource on winning “The Others” Award from The Salvation Army. The “Others” Award is rooted in the history of The Salvation Army, dating back to the early 1900s when General William Booth, the Army’s founder, wanted to […]

ThinkLite Featured in Needham Bank Commercial

We were excited to tune into one of Boston’s favorite network stations WCVB, Channel 5 this morning to see that we are featured in Needham Bank’s fall commercial line up. In the commercial, several businesses including ThinkLite are showcased. It is a wonderful experience for us to work with Needham Bank to see our name […]

COVID-19 hospital airborne transmission prevented by air filters, study suggests.

The study suggests it might be more important to filter COVID-19 from the air in the wards than in the ICU. Shared from FOX News COVID-19 particles can be effectively filtered from the air to prevent transmission in the hospital using portable air filters and ultraviolet (UV) light sterilization technology, according to a recent study. Nature recently […]

ThinkLite Air to exhibit at The BuildingsNY Show Oct. 20-21st in New York City.

We are pleased to announce that ThinkLite Air will be exhibiting at BuildingsNY 2021. This year’s show will be held Wednesday and Thursday, Oct 20-21, 2021, at Pier 36, located at 299 South St, New York. ThinkLite Air will exhibit our commercial grade, air safety monitoring and purification technologies, known as the Rings of Defense. The exhibit will showcase […]

Education Department Gives Schools Guidelines to Upgrade Ventilation

Shared from Facilitiesnet The Education Department announced guidelines for how schools, colleges, and universities can use federal funding to optimize their ventilation systems as the school year begins. The guidance comes as the contagious delta variant has caused infection rates to rapidly grow over the summer, even among children. The American Rescue Plan gives schools and districts […]

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