The Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) is hosting its 2022 Annual Meeting & Expo February 22-25 in Tucson, Ariz., at the Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa. In this episode of Ask the Expert, IAQA President Jay Stake discusses the educational program of more than 40 sessions on topics including infectious diseases, mold remediation, regulations and standards, and more. He shares educational highlights for restoration and remediation professionals, talks about IAQA 2022 initiatives, and notes key IAQ industry themes for the year ahead.
“We’re the only trade organization in the indoor air quality arena that connects all parts of the industry to collaborate and grow. Our membership is 40% consultants, 40% contractors and 20% other, which is academia, laboratories, government, students, etc.,” Stake said. “It takes all of these and it starts blending theme together because one really can’t survive without the other.”
The annual event brings together contractors, consultants and other professionals across the entire spectrum of the indoor air quality industry for learning and networking. The conference and expo is designed for professionals involved with mold, asbestos, indoor air quality, chemicals, radon, cannabis, HVAC, building science, industry standards and government regulations, infectious diseases, health and wellness, and natural disasters. “This year is going to be big,” Stake said.
Use code IAQARR when registering for the IAQA Annual Meeting & Expo to receive a $100 discount!
This episode covers:
- The history and mission of the IAQA
- Who IAQA serves and the role the organization plays in the world of restoration
- Who should attend the IAQA 2022 Annual Meeting & Expo, and what they will gain
- A partnership with the American Bio Recovery Association
- A preview of pre-conference workshops
- Measures in place for attendee health and safety in the face of COVID-19
- New and notable initiatives IAQA has in the works for 2022
- Stakes perspective on the state of the IAQ industry
- IAQA membership
Check out this episode of Ask the Expert to learn more. You can watch the video here or listen to the audio version of our conversation here. You can also find our show on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Just search for Restoration & Remediation Ask the Expert, then hit Follow.