Cincinnati 2030 District Virtual 50% Solution Series!: How HVAC Systems Impact Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

  • April 07, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Virtual - Register for Link
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Organization: Cincinnati 2030 District, an initiative of Green Umbrella

Join the Cincinnati 2030 District for the first of our Virtual 50% Solutions series featuring 2030 Professional Partner Melink Corporation. The professional expertise offered in all upcoming virtual 50% solutions series will be offered for free to the public as part of our commitment to supporting solutions for creating a healthy and sustainability built environment in our region.

As more people move to global city centers and spend additional time inside conditioned environments, the HVAC system becomes increasingly more important for building and occupant health. This presentation will explore the following areas:

  • Common Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Factors
  • Impact on Employee Health & Performance
  • Codes & Standards for IAQ
  • HVAC System Function & Common Issues
  • Building Health Measures
  • Energy Saving Strategies

Melink is a global provider of energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions for commercial buildings through a portfolio of business offerings, including HVAC Testing & Balancing, Building Commissioning, Intelli-Hood Kitchen Ventilation Controls, Solar PV, Geothermal HVAC and PositiV Building Health Monitor.  For over 30 years Melink has been helping companies save energy, increase profits, and make the world a more sustainable place. Our corporate headquarters buildings are LEED Platinum and Net-Zero Energy, and our vehicle fleet consist of all electric and hybrid cars.

Melink Corporation Presenters:

Darren Witter, Vice President, has been with Melink Corporation since 1996. He has served in a variety of capacities including engineering, product development, manufacturing, field services, and management in the HVAC arena. Darren earned a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Cincinnati and is a State of Ohio Professional Engineer (PE). He is also qualified as a LEED-accredited professional and a NEBB-certified professional.

Cameron Lenard joined Melink Corporation in 2017 and currently serves as Business Development Manager. Cameron is responsible for developing partnerships and national accounts in the retail sector. He is a Certified Commercial Air Balancer through the National Comfort Institute. Cameron holds a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Dayton.

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