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IAQ focus for PFM special feature in March

10 January 2022

Despite the trials and tribulations of the last two years, the FM sector is clearly well on the way to returning to its high levels of performance consistently delivered prior to the pandemic.

In order to reflect both the recovery and various changes seen within our industry, PFM is continuing to explore the various topic matters and include these as special features within the magazine.

With a special feature on the COP26 conference due for inclusion in our February issue, March will include a dedicated article on the subject of indoor air quality (IAQ).

This has seen high levels of attention since the emergence of the Covid-19 virus, building on those seen prior to the pandemic due to concerns over long-term health issues.

Contributions of up to 250 words are invited from interest parties, with a deadline of 14 February for inclusion in the March special feature, answering the question:

How can facilities demonstrate they are delivering the best IAQ levels?

Contributions should be emailed to by the close of business on 14 February, avoiding mention of company and product names, while including the name, job title and company name of the contributor to allow this to be attributed accordingly.

Good quality portrait images are also welcome and any questions prior to submission should also be emailed to PFM editor Dennis Flower.

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