Indoor Air Quality

GPS Blog Post re: Axios Retraction

Last week, the media outlet Axios ran an article entitled “A COVID strategy backfires at schools,” which attacked GPS and our NPBI technology. Immediately following publication, our team presented evidence that the article contained false and misleading statements about the company and its technology. To Axios’ credit, after conducting an investigation and considering the evidence […]

Indoor Air Quality

IAQ In Schools — It’s Complicated

Indoor Air Quality – It’s Complicated Especially for Schools The waning days of summer traditionally signal the beginning of the back-to-school season.  However, after the last 18 months, the return to in-person learning is toggling between welcome and uncertain. Upon their return, administrators, teachers, staff and students will be greeted with new guidelines or protocols, […]

Standards and Protocols

The Case for Universal IAQ Standards

On every side of the indoor air quality (IAQ) equation: people. At the heart of our industry: science and technology. But what’s missing today is where those two things come together–enhanced, universal standards and protocols to promote safety, validate efficacy and provide users with the confidence and peace of mind they deserve. While this is […]

Indoor Air Quality

Q&A: Edward Sobek on the Science of Indoor Air Quality

Since 2008, Global Plasma Solutions (GPS) has been the industry leader in indoor air quality (IAQ), delivering clean indoor air solutions that are safe and effective. Building on its commitment to science and its dedication to continuous technological advancements, GPS hired Edward Sobek, PhD, as its first chief science officer (CSO). In this unique position, […]