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Bob Thompson


Bob Thompson manages the indoor air research lab for the US EPA, and has 25 years experience with green building technologies and policies. Bob’s most notable contributions are the IAQ Tools for Schools program and the launching of EPA’s mold initiative. Bob is a founding member of the US Green Building Council, serves on the LEED Steering Committee, and is chair of the Environmental Quality Technical Advisory Group. He is also currently serving as a member of ASHRAE SPC 189 developing code language for green high performance buildings, and chairs the development of an EPA-wide research plan for green buildings.

Topic(s)PresentationAudienceDurationAvailability
- SustainabilityGreen Buildings: design and operation; commercial, institutional; and residentialCollege, Community30 - 90 minutesDay
- SustainabilityGreen Building Materials and Products: standards, testing, and labeling; greenwashingCollege, Community30 - 90 minutesDay
- Air QualityAdvanced Ventilation Systems: energy recovery ventilation; dedicated outdoor air supply; thermal displacement ventilationCollege, Community30 - 90 minutesDay
- Air Quality
- Health
Mold Remediation and PreventionCollege, Community30 - 90 minutesDay
- Air Quality
- Health
Indoor Air QualityCollege, Community30 - 90 minutesDay
- HealthEPA's Tools for Schools and Design Tools for Schools programCollege, Community30 -90 minutesDay
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