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Register Today for 12/11 Ice Dams & Attic Mold Seminar

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Registration is open for the next morning seminar of the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council:  Ice Dams & Attic Mold.  The seminar is scheduled for Monday, December 11, 2017 at Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick, Maine.  For more information, visit the Ice Dams & Attic Mold event page.

Maine Indoor Air Quality Council to Participate in #GivingTuesday

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The Maine Indoor Air Quality Council is proud to support #GivingTuesday, a worldwide giving event celebrating nonprofits of all sizes and missions. Your donation of any size will help prevent lung cancer in low-income homes right here in Maine. On behalf of nonprofits everywhere, please support your favorite nonprofit this Holiday Season. Click here to […]

Read the October Issue of the Informer

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The Maine Indoor Air Quality Council publishes a newsletter every quarter.  The following is a “digest” version (text and links only, no images) of the October 2017 issue.  If you would like to receive our newsletter, make sure to sign up at the bottom of this page. October 2017 President’s Message Desi-Rae Severson President Maine […]

Registration is Open: Remote Monitoring for Buildings & HVAC Systems

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On Wednesday, June 14, 2017 the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council is pleased to be bringing Lew Harriman to Maine to give a presentation on remote monitoring systems.  The program, entitled “Tips & Traps for Low-Cost Remote Monitoring in Buildings and HVAC Systems”  will focus on lessons learned about buildings and HVAC systems after using […]

Fighting radon with an Indoor Insanity 5K

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See what FOX 22 Bangor had to say about the Indoor Insanity 5k! “LEWISTON – To raise money to prevent lung cancer, Maine Indoor Air Quality Council held its 4th Annual Indoor Insanity 5K. It’s a fundraiser to pay for the installation of radon mitigation systems in low-income Maine households. Radon is a colorless and odorless […]

Make Radon a Priority for Your Green & Healthy Home

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Lead off with Deb’s story exactly as is…  Deb Violette is one of the lucky ones… only 17% of lung cancer patients live more than 5 years after diagnosis.  Most important, she had a smart doctor that helped make the connection between the radon levels in the air and water in her home and her […]