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:
  • A Picture is Worth 1000 Words

    We all learn in different ways. If reading isn’t your thing, view these fascinating images.

  • Vaccination and Herd Immunity

    After vaccination, continue to practice measures that reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19.

  • Get Help

    Find the right professional to guide you in managing your indoor environment to reduce exposures to COVID-19.

  • Use Best Practice

    Use best practices to guide you in managing your indoor environment to reduce exposures to COVID-19.

  • Estimate Your Risk

    Take advantage of free, on-line resources to help you manage your indoor spaces to reduce exposure to COVID-19.

  • Disinfecting Surfaces

    Use practices to disinfect indoors surfaces that both reduce exposures to COVID-19 and protect your staff during cleaning.

  • Layered Risk Reduction

    Implementing multiple layers of strategies will provide the greatest reduction in risk of exposure to COVID-19 in indoor spaces.

  • How to Safely Change Your Filter

    Follow these simple practices to protect your self and others from active virus particles when changing air filters.

  • Where to Place a Portable Air Cleaner

    It matters where you place your portable air cleaner and where you place people when trying to reduce exposures to COVID-19.

  • How to Choose a Portable Air Cleaner

    Do your homework when picking a portable air cleaner: it should be safe for people, big enough for your space, and have the correct filter rating.

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