New White Paper: Beware of Environmental and Health Dangers in Interior Insulation Applications in HVAC Systems

6/30/2015

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) is a non-profit trade association that serves the HVAC inspection, maintenance and restoration industry. A core component of NADCA's mission is to regularly publish important standards and guidelines, educational materials, and other useful information for its members and the consumer market. David Governo is a longtime member of NADCA and he frequently shares his expertise in indoor air quality and environmental issues by serving on the organization's various topical committees, ranging from UV lighting to chemicals and ozone applications. Most recently, he collaborated on a white paper titled "Interior Insulation Applications in HVAC Systems." The paper is a great resource for industry professionals working with HVAC systems and provides guidance on controlling condensation and other sources of moisture to prevent the development of mold, fungi and other microbial growth from developing on the surface of duct liners. The paper also addresses the chemical properties associated with many different types of duct liner insulation products and provides safety precautions for technicians confronted with asbestos materials and other hazardous fumes and gases generated during the removal or installation process. To read the full white paper, please click here.

Governo Law Firm represents clients in toxic tort, chemical exposure, indoor air quality and environmental claims. To learn more, please contact David Governo at dgoverno@governo.com.