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Filtration Hour: Sustainability Session on Air Filtration, HVAC Equipment and IAQ

Updated: Sep 28, 2023

Have a burning question about filtration? Look no further than the Filtration Hour! Join us for a live Q&A session where industry experts from around the world come together to provide answers and insights on all things filtration. Whether you're curious about air, water, or any other type of filtration, this is the perfect opportunity to tap into the knowledge of leading professionals.



This session will be focused on Sustainability Session on Air Filtration, HVAC Equipment and IAQ, September 29, 10:00-11:30 AM EDT. The panelists will answer your live questions besides addressing the following:

  1. Can HVAC systems embrace adaptive performance to respond to variations in IAQ?

  2. What future innovations in HVAC systems can help enhance air quality sustainably for the built environment?

  3. Why hasn’t air filter performance gained sufficient traction to be a pillar of the health and safety of human occupants?

  4. Would recirculating air through filtration stages be a functional mitigation approach to improve IAQ?

  5. Why does filter acquisition overlook the appropriateness of filter media selection and a detailed account of its characteristics, given the application at hand and the climate and operational conditions?

It be will chaired by Dr. Iyad Al-Attar and moderated by Mr. Mitch McCreary. Our panel of distinguished speakers include:

  • Nabil Shahin, Managing Director, AHRI MENA, UAE

  • Alfredo Oliveira, CEO, Jasmine Mirage, Portugal, Portugal

  • Marta San Román, Director General, AFEC, Spain

  • Stephen Nicholas, Past NAFA President, Filter Service, USA

  • Mike Malloy, Principal, Malloy Strategies, LLC, USA

  • Richard Lydon, Secretary-General, The Filtration Society, UK

  • Thomas Peters, PhD, Director, Peters Consulting, Germany

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