Daryl DeJean

Daryl DeJean works closely with owners and operators of the built environment to address indoor air quality issues.  His goal is to identify and implement comprehensive solutions to improve indoor air quality mitigating the introduction/spread of harmful organisms (viruses, bacteria, mold, fungi) minimizing the risk of transmission of infectious diseases both airborne and surface.

His continued focus has been centered on the fact that HVAC and air handling systems can be a vector for transmitting disease-causing pathogens and other harmful biological agents throughout indoor spaces. The good news is these same systems are an excellent delivery mechanism for air purification technology. Daryl became involved in such issues when he was a Director of Facilities and continued his work since. He is very engaged because poor indoor air quality creates a risk to public health and contributes to the loss of tens of billions of dollars annually. And we spend 90% of our time indoors.

As a past voting member of ASTM, Daryl understands the necessary testing and demonstrations required to validate solutions is situ. He looks forward to the opportunity to share this exciting revolutionary solution, conduct in situ demonstrations and assessments to validate in the indoor environment.