If you are a building leader or operator and are ready to commit your building/s to take the pledge, please fill out this form and submit your information.

That’s up to you. There is no formal follow-up or reporting. However, we are asking organizational leaders and business owners and operators to make their plans public, and to track their own progress with their communities. We invite everyone to share successes on social media with #cleartheair so encourage action from others as well.

Yes. Every industry, company, small business, K-12 school, college, university, nonprofit, government entity, or any other organization in the United States can be a part of this Challenge – and we invite every one of them to be clean indoor air champions in their communities. Many leaders are already taking action and we invite everyone to do so.

Taking this pledge signifies your commitment to improving indoor air. Once you take the pledge, you will be able to download a digital pledge badge so you can let your community know that you’re a “Clean Indoor Air Champion.”

By participating in the Challenge and taking action to improve indoor air quality in your building/s, you help your occupants and community be more safe and live healthier lives indoors. Improving indoor air quality by ensuring your HVAC systems are running as they were designed often leads to better energy efficiency and lower costs. Clean indoor air helps keep your building community healthy by decreasing the spread of airborne diseases like COVID-19.

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