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For over a year now, Arc Re-Entry has been providing thresholds for those returning to school, work and play. As the pandemic raises concerns for indoor air quality (IAQ), demand for measuring IAQ is growing. Particularly for those who are still developing their lungs and cognition, measurement of carbon dioxide (CO2) and fine particulate matter (PM2.5) is necessary to ensure healthy conditions in schools. That is why Arc Re-Entry has increased its attention to CO2 and PM2.5 and provided new guidance to help schools promote the health and safety of students and faculty. These new resources help schools establish goals for measuring and provide thresholds for their performance.
Using Arc Re-Entry’s existing platform and PNNL prototype of their primary school building layout, users will learn various strategies to measure CO2 and PM2.5 in their schools. Based on the school’s goals for measuring, we provide best practice to achieve high quality data. With these high quality data, users can develop strategies to maintain or improve their IAQ.
Re-Entry: Guide for CO2 Measurement provides:
Re-Entry: Guide for PM2.5 Measurement provides:
Projects can input their floor area coverage, temporal coverage, and CO2 or PM2.5 performance data into Arc Re-Entry. Arc Re-Entry provides tools to help facility managers use indoor air quality measurements to inform operations. Every Arc user can collect, manage, and score data through the Re-Entry section under Meters & Surveys. Arc Essentials users can create, download and share customized reports for projects and portfolios.
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View the original education session on demand, which provides more detail on measuring school IAQ and implementing your re-entry strategies, along with numerous other Arc resources on our video channel. For those seeking Continuing Education (CE) credits, you can access the same course on the USGBC Education platform.
The Arc team and our partners welcome the opportunity to share more detailed information about any aspect of measuring CO2 and PM2.5 in schools. Please email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.