Webinar Hosted by Tarkett with Dr. John McKeon, Dhruv Raina and Roxane Spears

Webinar Hosted by Tarkett with Dr. John McKeon, Dhruv Raina and Roxane Spears

Dr John McKeon and Tarkett Webinar

Webinar:  “Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise: why prioritising healthier buildings and the indoor environment is essential for the purpose-oriented building professional, and for people, planet, & profits” 

The time is now. The global pandemic has focused our minds on the critical issue of healthy indoor air. The first step for building professionals must be to move ‘beyond code’ and to focus on the design, construction and management of the built environment so that healthier indoor air is optimised. In this webinar, will be joined by Roxane Spears ,Vice President Sustainability North America, Tarkett, Dhruv Raina Product Stewardship Director, Tarkett , to explore the impact building materials and indoor air quality (IAQ) can have on human health.

The discussion will focus on key insights such as how we can enhance the built and indoor environment to prioritize the wellbeing of the occupants. How can building professionals prioritize health and wellness, as well as building design and construction?

Good design is healthy design. The webinar will review how to navigate industry resources, standards, and certifications to achieve maximum impact on healthy spaces and will explore how the ASL Academy can help achieve these goals.


Tarkett understands the impact asthma and allergies can have on health and wellness and offers both residential and commercial flooring solutions that have been CERTIFIED asthma & allergy friendly® .For healthier homes, Tarkett offers a variety of asthma & allergy friendly® certified floors, such as its FiberFloor residential sheet vinyl collections. FiberFloor products reduce the exposure to asthmatic and allergic triggers and are phthlalate-free, stain resistant and easy to clean. They are also moisture resistant, making them ideal for kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms.

For flooring to be certified asthma & allergy friendly® independent testing must show that the floor is easily cleaned and has a low capacity for retaining allergens. The certification process involves testing not only the product itself, but also the installation method and recommended cleaning process as a complete system to ensure no harmful materials are introduced while installing or cleaning the floor.

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Key Words

Indoor air quality, healthy homes, certification, asthma, allergies, standards, building materials, third party certification, health and well being, air filters, COVID-19, indoor environment, architects, building professionals, designers, air cleaners, Tarkett


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