How Indoor Air Quality Affects Commercial Air Filtration Strategies

How Indoor Air Quality Affects Commercial Air Filtration Strategies

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Commercial office buildings and retail spaces are often plagued with poor indoor air quality that is the result of outdoor air pollution, which requires effective air filtration devices to eliminate contaminants.

Part of the problem is that owners of these facilities often don’t understand how air quality is measured, and what makes air quality good or bad.

And without understanding the basics of indoor air quality, it is impossible to develop an air filtration strategy that meets the unique needs of a commercial establishment.

For example, a restaurant owner will have a different set of filtration needs than the owner of a bookstore, simply because a restaurant’s cooking processes release a higher amount of particulates and odors than would be typically found in a bookstore.

Defining Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality is defined as the level of contaminants in a space that can adversely affect the health of people who are confined to that area for a prolonged period of time, or people who visit that space.

But in addition to the level of contaminants, odors and particulates in the air, indoor air quality also takes into account humidity, temperature, ventilation, mold and moisture.

In the U.S., the Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) is responsible for ensuring that employees work in safe environments, though they have not established legal standards for the quality of air at a workspace.

However, OSHA has issued guidelines such as moderate humidity, a comfortable temperature and access to constant fresh air from outside. Of course the fresh air is a factor only if it is clean air.

In addition, OSHA recommends that those in charge of the physical operations of a commercial facility establish a means of eliminating or controlling outside pollutants from contaminating indoor air.

Common Causes of Poor Indoor Air Quality

The level of indoor air quality inside a commercial space is often dependent on the type of activity or process that commonly occurs at that establishment.

However, many commercial facilities have common issues that can lower the air quality.

These include:

  • Lack of adequate ventilation
  • Lack of clean, fresh outside air
  • Large amounts of bad outside air that is drawn indoors
  • Outdated HVAC systems
  • Moisture that leads to mold
  • Indoor construction introducing contaminants

Furthermore, retail spaces such as dry cleaners, must often contend with the release of chemicals due to the solvents used to clean clothing and fabrics.

Effectiveness of Air Filtration Devices

Owners of businesses who seek to improve the quality of indoor air may find that improving ventilation and sealing out outdoor air may not be sufficient. In many cases, only a comprehensive filtration strategy can eliminate the particulates that have infiltrated a commercial space.

Air filtration systems range from small models that can fit on a table, to systems that are connected to the existing ductwork.

Commercial air filters are rated by what is known as a Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV).

The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) established this standard in 1968 as a means of testing air filters. Although the standard has undergone modifications, the main tenets have remained consistent.

A MERV rating chart typically includes factors such as particle size efficiency, arrestance – which is the percentage of lint, dirt and hair that an air filter removes – and a filter’s capacity to hold dust.

In addition, some industrial filters are known as High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters, and fall into six categories: Type A, Type B, Type D, Type E and Type F.

Type A filters, also known as industrial grade filters are commonly used in hospitals. Type B filters are Nuclear Grade and used in nuclear reactor facilities.

Type C filters are used in clean rooms; Type D filters are used in drug manufacturing facilities; Type E filters are used in hazardous material facilities and Type F filters are used in semi-conductor facilities.

Camfil’s Air Filtration Legacy

For 50 years, Camfil has offered the most advanced air filtration products to industrial consumers throughout the world. Camfil’s driving principle is providing quality at an affordable price, and the company’s guiding principle is that clean air should be a human right, not one confined solely to those who live in developed nations. Camfil provides air filtration systems that can accommodate every commercial need, whether for a restaurant, a biochemical research facility or a dry cleaning business.

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Atlanta Bus Accident Lawyers On Tennessee School Bus Accident

Atlanta Bus Accident Lawyers On Tennessee School Bus Accident

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A tragic school bus accident in Chattanooga, Tennessee has left several families devastated. Six young children were killed in the accident, and several more suffered serious head and spinal injuries. Now, an investigation has revealed that the bus driver had been in another accident just two months previously.

Bus Driver’s Second Crash in Two Months

School buses are generally regarded as some of the safest vehicles on the road. Statistically, it is safer for children to travel by bus than to ride to school in a parent’s vehicle. School buses are large vehicles that sit high off of the road, which means that children are usually well out of range of impact zones. Buses are also typically slow-moving and unlikely to be involved in a serious accident.

However, reports indicate that the bus driver in the Tennessee accident was driving “well above” the speed limit when he crashed into a mailbox, struck a utility pole, and slammed into the side of a tree. The bus rolled to its side during the collision.

Investigators also say that the driver had just received his commercial driver’s license in April 2016. In addition to speeding, he was also driving an unusual route during the time of the crash. The school bus was part of a fleet operated by a third-party company called Durham School Services, which transports over one million students daily in districts throughout the U.S. In 2007, the company was given a “conditional safety rating” by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) due to unspecified problems. The rating was bumped up to “satisfactory” by the FMCSA after the company fixed the problems.

According to a CNN report, the bus driver has already been charged with five counts of vehicular homicide, with a sixth charge likely.

Only Six States Require Seat Belts on School Buses

Reports also note that the school bus was not equipped with seat belts. Under Tennessee law, as well as Georgia law, school buses are not required to have seat belts installed. In fact, just six states in the country mandate seat belts on school buses. The National Safety Council and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration both support all school buses having seat belts.

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School bus accidents are relatively rare, but they are an unfortunate reality. With distracted driving on the rise, children are also in danger of being struck by a motorist as they board or exit a school bus. If your child has been injured on a school bus or commercial or charter bus, call the Atlanta truck accident lawyers at Eberstein & Witherite, LLP today to receive a free consultation. You can reach us at 1-800-TRUCK WRECK (1-800-878-2597).

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1-800-Car-Wreck Announces Annual “Stuff the Bus” Holiday Toy Drive

1-800-Car-Wreck Announces Annual “Stuff the Bus” Holiday Toy Drive

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 1-800-Car-Wreck is proud to announce the beginning of the annual “Stuff the Bus” Holiday Toy Drive in association with K104 and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART). The fundraiser will help provide toys, socks, blankets and canned food to Dallas area children, families and the elderly who are in need during this holiday season.

“We are so happy to participate in this worthwhile campaign again,” stated Amy Witherite, partner at Eberstein Witherite, LLP, the law firm of 1-800-Car-Wreck. “Although people are in need throughout the year, it seems as if there is a greater spirit of giving during the holiday season, so we want to take advantage of the good work that DART and K104 are doing to encourage Dallas-area residents to contribute to this toy drive. Contributions help area children and seniors and families, and it’s all about trying to make a difference in the life of someone less fortunate.”

As part of the toy drive, Eberstein Witherite will be donating supplies such as toys, blankets and food. Anyone who is interested in contributing to the toy drive can bring new and unwrapped adult socks, blankets, unwrapped toys and canned food to Mockingbird Station on Friday, December 2, 2016 from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The team at 1-800-Car-Wreck will be on site from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m., and will be guests on the Dede in the Morning Show during that time. K104 is the well-known nickname of KKDA-FM, and the station is a sponsor of the “Stuff a Bus” campaign. Radio hosts will do a live broadcast at Mockingbird Station.

DART bus drivers and DART police officers will be accepting donations during the event, which is designed to filled an entire DART bus with toys, clothes and food as apart of two DART employee campaigns: “Santa Cops” and “Comforting of the Souls.”

“Santa Cops” is run by the DART Police Department and provides toys and food to disadvantaged families. “Comforting of the Souls” is run by DART’s Northwest Bus Division and provides adult socks and blankets to the elderly living in nursing home facilities.

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New York Product Liability Lawyer Explains -The Deadliest Consumer Products

New York Product Liability Lawyer Explains -The Deadliest Consumer Products

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Most people rely on dozens of consumer products every day to make their lives easier and more enjoyable. From the toothpaste you use in the morning to the smartphone in your pocket, you probably touch and handle consumer products more often than you realize.

Despite federal laws that require manufactures to follow strict rules regarding the testing and safety of their products, unsafe and deadly products are sold in stores all the time. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and other government agencies issue recalls when dangerous products hurt people. 

Here are five of the most dangerous consumer items ever sold in this country—some of them quite recently.   

  • Tylenol

Tylenol is a popular over-the-counter pain reliever that is marketed for use in both adults and children. It’s a go-to medication for pediatricians because it’s generally regarded as safe for all ages, including infants. However, Tylenol was the subject of one of the largest recalls in American history after seven people died in the Chicago area in a single week in 1982.

Investigators determined that some Tylenol bottles contained capsules laced with cyanide, which is deadly to humans. Now known as the “Tylenol murders,” the case remains a cold case, as investigators never discovered who tampered with the bottles. After the deaths, Tylenol pioneered tamper-resistant packaging. Congress also passed guidelines in 1989 requiring all drug manufacturers to use tamper-proof packaging.

  • Jarts (Lawn Darts)

Lawn darts—also known as Jarts—were pulled from store shelves due to one grieving father’s crusade in memory of his young daughter. She died after suffering a brain injury caused by a lawn dart striking her skull. The father’s investigation revealed that the CPSC had struck a deal with the manufacturer of lawn darts: The company could sell them if it added a warning label telling consumers they were for adults only.

A closer look at lawn dart injuries showed that Jarts injured 6,000 people in just eight years, with children accounting for 81 percent of all victims. The CPSC eventually banned all lawn darts in 1988.

  • Takata Airbags

The recall of Takata airbags is the biggest recall ever for any product in American history. The defective airbags have been known to explode in a collision, sending shrapnel flying through the air. The recall continues to expand. Already, 100 million vehicles have been recalled. The defective airbags have caused 11 deaths and over 100 injuries.

  • Ford Pinto

Poor design and corporate irresponsibility combined to make the Ford Pinto one of the most dangerous products ever manufactured. The number of deaths caused by the Pinto’s rear-mounted fuel tank ranges from 27 to 180. After accidents and fires started happening—even in low-speed crashes—Ford admitted it knew about the Pinto’s design flaw but failed to make adjustments because adding additional safety components would have cost the company an extra $11 per car.

  • Firestone Tires

Many speculated that tire manufacturer Firestone could never spring back from the delamination issue that hounded the company in the early 2000s. Firestone was forced to recall over 6.5 million tires after 175 people were killed and 700 were hurt in accidents caused by defective tires.

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More Cities Criminalizing Homelessness Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyer

More Cities Criminalizing Homelessness Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyer

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Homelessness is a major problem in some cities across the country. Likewise, certain states struggle with homelessness more than others. For example, Hawaii has one of the highest homeless rates in the nation and one that continues to rise. According to the Los Angeles Times, Hawaii has 487 homeless per 100,000 people—the highest rate per capita in the country. Over 62 percent of the state’s homeless population lives on the island of Oahu. Experts say the high cost of living and the lack of affordable housing in Hawaii are two major factors contributing to the state’s homelessness epidemic.

Now, Honolulu and other cities with high homeless populations are drawing criticism for instituting policies and laws that criminalize homelessness. According to a CBS report, laws that ban panhandling, public camping, and living in vehicles have the effect of punishing homelessness. In 2014 alone, Honolulu issued over 16,000 warnings to individuals who violated the city’s “sit-lie ban,” which prohibits people from sitting or lying on sidewalks.

Dallas and Portland Called Out for Harsh Homelessness Laws

Dallas, Texas and Portland, Oregon were also identified as having harsh homelessness laws by the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty.

In Portland, city officials recently ended its “safe sleep” police—a test program that allowed people to sleep on the streets without being disturbed by the police. Portland’s mayor said the city had to roll back the program because it created confusion, with people mistakenly believing it legalized public camping.

Homelessness Rates in Texas down from 2013

Homelessness rates in Texas have decreased since 2013, when 12 out of every 10,000 people in the Lone Star State was homeless, according to the Houston Coalition for the Homeless. In 2014, the rate had dropped to seven out of 10,000 people, which is about 19,177 homeless in the state.

However, cities like Houston and Dallas have often been scrutinized for enforcing laws that make it a crime to be homeless. Between 2012 and 2015, for example, police in Dallas ticketed over 11,000 people for sleeping in public—an offense that carries a $146 fine. According to a report from the Dallas Observer, many of the city’s homeless owe thousands in fines for dozens or even hundreds of tickets they can’t pay.

Homelessness advocates say that sleeping is a human necessity and that cities that wish to make sleeping in public illegal have a moral and legal obligation to provide adequate and affordable housing. In some cases, the federal government has agreed with this position. In 2015, the Department of Justice lent its support to a lawsuit in Idaho in which homelessness advocates argued that the city of Boise’s ban on sleeping in public was unconstitutional given its shortage of beds in homeless shelters.

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Kris Heald of Eberstein & Witherite Named One of Super Lawyers 2017 Rising Stars

Kris Heald of Eberstein & Witherite Named One of Super Lawyers 2017 Rising Stars

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For the third consecutive year, Super Lawyers of Texas has selected attorney Kris Heald of Eberstein & Witherite, LLP as one of its 2017 Rising Stars. The distinction is notable because only a very small percentage of lawyers in Texas are chosen to appear on the list every year.

Super Lawyers is a ratings service that annually lists an exclusive group of lawyers who have undergone a rigid nomination, evaluation and selection process. The purpose of the service is to provide the public with a resource to help in securing outstanding legal counsel. The Super Lawyers review board selects lawyers who specialize in a wide range of practice areas, and attorneys chosen as Rising Stars must be younger than 40 or practicing for less than a decade.  “I can’t express how proud I am to receive this designation from Super Lawyers once again,” stated Kris Heald.

Super Lawyers solicits nominations from attorneys at firms throughout the country, then conducts its own independent research on the nominees before arriving at a final selection. The service also publishes a digital magazine for each state that includes extensive profiles of the Rising Stars as well as of other top lawyers who have also undergone the strict screening process.  

Amy Witherite, Founding Partner at Eberstein & Witherite, states “Super Lawyers recognizes only the most exceptional attorneys, and to be named as of one its Rising Stars is truly an honor for Kris and our team of lawyers. It’s a reflection of Kris and all of the attorneys at our firm and their commitment to providing compassionate service to each of our clients.”

Heald attended law school at Southern Methodist University, and was admitted to practice Texas law in 2008. He joined the Fort Worth office of Eberstein & Witherite in July 2011 as a personal injury lawyer representing injured plaintiffs against insurance companies. Heald lives in the Uptown area of Dallas with his wife Nadia, and in their spare time, they enjoy practicing yoga, playing tennis and traveling.

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Eberstein Witherite To Participate In IM Terrell Elementary School’s Career Day

Eberstein Witherite To Participate In IM Terrell Elementary School’s Career Day

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Eberstein Witherite is proud to announce that four members of the personal injury law firm will take part in IM Terrell Elementary School’s Career Day on December 2, 2016. The event is designed to expose students to different careers and occupations, with participants giving students a fun and entertaining explanation of what they do on a daily basis.

“This is one of our favorite things we do in the community,” stated Amy Witherite, founding partner of Eberstein Witherite, LLP,  the law firm of 1-800-Truck-Wreck and 1-800-Car-Wreck. “We participated in the IM Terrell Elementary School’s Career Day last year and we had a fantastic time. The children were attentive and curious, and they loved learning about what a lawyer really does other than what they’ve seen on T.V. shows.”

Eberstein Witherite personal injury attorneys Rachel Hatten Adams and Adewale Odetunde will join legal assistant Yesel Velazquez and paralegal Selina Sanchez at IM Terrell’s Career Day this year. They will talk to students about the work that they do at the firm, and encourage them to maintain good study habits and to continue working hard.

“We are so excited to put our efforts into another career day,” added Lucy Tiseo, Marketing Director at Eberstein Witherite. “Community outreach is one of the most important parts of what we do at our firm, and getting the opportunity to engage young students when their minds and imaginations have no limits is very rewarding. We want to continue to be a firm that makes young people excited about future opportunities such as going to college, earning a degree and working in a field that allows them to give back to their community.”

IM Terrell Elementary is located in Fort Worth and was founded in 1882 as a high school. It closed in 1973, and was transformed into an elementary school in 1998. Each year, IM Terrell and a number of other schools in the district participate in Career Day, with the goal of introducing students to all the occupations that are available to them in the future.

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CDC Report Finds Elevated Levels of Lead in Indoor Firing Ranges Reports Camfil

CDC Report Finds Elevated Levels of Lead in Indoor Firing Ranges Reports Camfil

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A report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has found that many indoor firing ranges are contaminated with lead, which can affect customers who visit these places, as well as those who work at the ranges, and shows the need for proper filtration to combat poor indoor air quality.

There are more than 16,000 indoor firing ranges in the U.S., and an estimated one million law enforcement personnel visit these ranges to practice the use of their firearms.

The CDC report examined blood lead levels (BLLs) in a group of people, which included law enforcement officers as well as people who worked in “amusement and recreation industries,” that included a larger number of firing range employees.

The BLLs from this group were elevated as compared to BLLs from people who were not exposed to lead at firing ranges, and an investigation by the Washington State Division of Occupational Safety and Health (WaDOSH), found that one of the main factors of elevated BLLs was the failure to properly dispose of lead-containing dust at indoor firing ranges.

WaDOSH also found that the best remedies for reducing lead exposure at indoor firing ranges were the use of lead-free bullets, an improved ventilation system, the use of wet mops and effective air pollution filters to eliminate lead particulates.

How Lead Poisoning Occurs At Firing Ranges

The study raises the question of just how elevated levels of lead appear in the blood of people who visit indoor firing ranges.

When guns loaded with lead ammunition are fired at these ranges, they release lead vapor and lead fumes as well as lead dust and other toxins.

With each bullet that someone fires, lead residue is expelled into the air, and after the empty casing is ejected, the lead residue also settles on the ground, meaning that lead is both airborne and on the surface of the ground.

Even contact with a surface that is contaminated with lead can affect health as microscopic lead elements can enter the bloodstream and cause health issues.

What’s even more troubling, however, is that lead poisoning is often not confined to the indoor firing range, as people who visit these places can carry residue on their clothes and skin to their homes or workplaces.

This can cause secondary lead contamination, which is worsened if these residences and employment areas lack good indoor air quality due to a lack of air filtration devices, or ineffective air filtration devices.

According to a 2014 Seattle Times investigation, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has only inspected 201 of the estimated 6,000 commercial indoor and outdoor gun ranges in the U.S.

And of those 201 inspections, 86 percent were found to be in violation of lead-level standards, which calls into question how many of the other firing ranges would have similar violations.

Worse yet, there are thousands of indoor firing ranges in the U.S. that are run under the supervision of sports clubs and recreational organizations who don’t have to follow OSHA regulations, because they don’t have employees.

Exposure to lead residue can cause fatigue, nausea, severe abdominal pain, muscle weakness, vomiting, seizures, and in serious cases, organ failure.

Camfil Offers a Solution To Poor Indoor Air Quality

Indoor firing ranges must have effective air filtration systems to help remove lead and other contaminants from the air. Check out Camfil Air Filtration for Indoor Firing Ranges.

Camfil’s range of HEPA air filters are designed to meet the needs of any firing range, whether it is a small range for sports clubs members, or a large commercial indoor firing range for thousands of users. Camfil is committed to clean air solutions by offering products that remove the most dangerous pollutants and improve indoor air quality.

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