January 16, 2019
RESET™ is a building certification program that prioritizes on-going results and long-term occupant health. The RESET™ certification has been gaining momentum in recent years across the world as the certification system that is both affordable and prioritizes continuous occupant safety--which is a significant contrast to other certifications that rely on one-time tests and data submission procedures that can be costly.
To achieve RESET™’s Air for Commercial Interiors Certification for a new or existing building, applicants must send continuous air quality data to RESET™ by using an air quality monitor that has been vetted and strictly certified by RESET™.
Awair Omni has seen significant growth since its launch in early 2018, with over 300 global clients like Google, Airbnb, Hyatt, Stanford University and many more. The Awair team is now excited to announce that Awair Omni is one of the few interior RESET™ Air Accredited Grade B monitors that can be used for RESET™’s Air for Commercial Interiors Certification.
With the help of Awair Omni, new and existing buildings can now continuously send accurate and reliable air quality data to the RESET™ team to qualify for the prestigious RESET™ certification, and most importantly, ensure a healthy environment for occupants.
To learn more about what Awair Omni can do for your business, follow the link below.
In December, I joined Awair as a key advisor and board member. I first became interested in the company after meeting its founders and hearing about their dedication to studying and improving indoor air quality. While they started the company to improve their children’s lives, their products can help anyone measure indoor air quality in real time. To me, that creates an enormous opportunity to improve people’s lives everywhere.
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