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Buildings are for People.

The Maine Indoor Air Quality Council is dedicated to creating healthy, productive, and environmentally sustainable indoor spaces where you can live, work, play, and learn. From development of practical strategies to design, build, operate and maintain your home, school, or office building--to communications, education, and policy--the Council is dedicated to making your indoors, a better indoors. Because after all, buildings are for people.

Featured News:
  • Is Your Basement Stuff-ocating?

    Damp basements + stuff storage can be a recipe for mold, pests, and property damage. Get tips for safer stuff storage.

  • Would you live in YOUR basement?

    Make your home healthier with a healthy basement. Here’s how.

  • Why measure your indoor humidity?

    Measure your indoor humidity to prevent mold, bacteria, pests.

  • March 2022 Newsletter

    Explore our March 2022 newsletter!

  • The Invisible World

    Contributed by Jeffrey C. May, May Indoor Air Investigations, Tyngsborough, MA As an IAQ professional I have to be keenly observant about visual clues that point to potential sources of contamination. But a lot of the evidence I gather isn’t visible to the naked eye. Unlike many IAQ professionals who send samples to outside labs […]

  • Peer Review Document: Policy Statement on Layered Risk Reduction to Reduce Exposures to COVID-19

    All MIAQC guidance documents undergo periodic peer review. Please take a few minutes and let us know what you think about this policy statement on best practices.

  • Peer Review Document: Source Control

    All MIAQC guidance documents undergo periodic peer review. Please take a few minutes and let us know what you think about this policy statement on source control.

  • Peer Review Document: Best Practices

    All MIAQC guidance documents undergo periodic peer review. Please take a few minutes and let us know what you think about this policy statement on best practices.

  • Having Guests Over?

    Use an interactive ventilation planner to assess your indoor space’s ability to reduce the risk of COVID-19 infections.

  • Does It Work?

    In this post, Jeff May, founder and principle at May Indoor Air Investigations, shares his thoughts on mechanical equipment.

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