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October 13, 2021

The Solution to Indoor Air Pollution | Christian Weeks

Healthy Air Episode #20
Christian Weeks
CEO, enVerid Systems

Guest Bio

Christian Weeks is the Chief Executive Officer of enVerid Systems, a pioneer and global leader in air quality and energy efficiency. Christian has over a decade of experience in energy efficiency and indoor air quality. He is passionate about helping buildings achieve their energy efficiency and indoor air quality goals through smart investments, HVAC systems, and proven air cleaning technologies. Prior to his role at enVerid, Christian was an executive with EnerNOC, acquired by Enel X, and a management consultant with Deloitte Consulting. Christian lives in Boston and is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Harvard Business School.

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In this episode, Christian Weeks talks about buildings being a major contributor to air pollution. He addresses the need to solve this issue and speaks about cleaning and improving indoor air. He also discusses how with COVID, we’ve seen a heightened awareness and concern about the air quality in buildings.

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“Buildings are a major contributor to air pollution. We need to solve this issue if we’re going to address climate change.”

“It’s all about cleaning up enough indoor air, so that we don’t need as much outside air to maintain healthy indoor air quality.”

“We’re not compromising on the indoor air quality, we’re often improving it.”

“With COVID we’ve seen this heightened awareness and concern about the air quality in buildings.”

“Let’s make sure we take these lessons and make them part of our future, so that we can ultimately come out stronger than we were before.”


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