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Businesses Can ‘Breathe Easy’ Knowing Aretas’ New Particle Sensor Will Monitor Their Indoor Air Quality

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08-February-2013 Mackenzie, Canada (February 8, 2013) – A report by the Canadian Medical Association in 2008 estimated that up to 21,000 Canadians would die that year from air pollution—with dangerous particulate matter being one of the specific pollutants identified.

Indoor Air Monitoring Company Diversifies Product Line with Ozone Monitor

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Indoor Air Monitoring Company Expands Product Line with a Nitrogen Dioxide Monitor

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Indoor Air Monitoring Company Launches New Wireless Carbon Monoxide Monitor

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Indoor Air Monitoring Company Launches New Differential Pressure Monitor

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Indoor Air Monitoring Company Launches New Differential Pressure Monitor

Global Carbon Emissions for 2010 Reach Record High

Global carbon dioxide emissions for 2010 rose a whopping 5.9%, totaling 9.1 billion tonnes.

According to the Global Carbon Project, an international collaboration of scientists, this is the highest level ever reported, and the highest annual growth rate recorded since 2003. Preliminary estimates show the 5.9% increase in emissions results from the economic rebound of the 2008-09 economic crisis.

Canadian Homeowners Wish for Cleaner Air and More Energy-Efficient Heating

In a new poll conducted by the Canadian market research company, Ipsos-Reid, most homeowners surveyed would ideally like their homes to have cleaner air quality, and to have more energy and cost- efficient heat production.

Coming Soon, Solution Bounties!

Apart from physical R&D and manufacturing, the Aretas Sensor Networks software & firmware research, development and commercialization is performed by a geographically diverse network of employees and contractors that collaborate collectively using open source project management systems and tools. This allows members of our team as far away as Brazil to contribute to projects on a regular basis.

Why you should care about IEQ Algorithms

How do you decide if your indoor environment quality is good or bad? Is it possible to quantify the quality of your indoor environment? More precisely, how do you reduce all the things that make up the quality of your environment into a single number? The answer: Calculate your Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ) metric!

CMHC Recommends Carbon Monoxide Monitoring

Did you know that your fireplace produces carbon monoxide, whether it's gas or wood burning? Also, having an attached garage can greatly increase the concentration of carbon monoxide in your home (http://www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/en/co/maho/yohoyohe/inaiqu/inaiqu_010.cfm) If you live in a high density area or near traffic intersections, your indoor levels of CO can be greatly affected as well. In fact, you might have high levels of CO in your home and not even know it. Because carbon monoxide is produced from the oxidation of fossil fuels, it is often thought to have a distinct odour.