Algoma University wins Camfil awardFriday, September 27, 2013 by: SooToday.com Staff
Their selection of air filters have the 5-Star Energy Cost Index (ECI) rating placing their facility in the top 20 percent of customers worldwide that have chosen to make a difference in energy usage globally.
Founded in 1967 and with a student population of approximately 1,300 students, Algoma University is a postsecondary institution offering undergraduate university degrees in more than 30 academic programs.
Presented by Bill Johnstone of Sling Choker Mfg, an exclusive distributor of Camfil air filtration products, the award recognizes facilities that conserve our natural resources and put their employees, visitors and students first when improved indoor air quality is considered.
Air handling equipment accounts for up to 40 percent of all energy usage and the selection of 5-Star products can reduce a users energy cost to move air through an air handler by up to 30 percent.
Algoma University was nominated by Bill Johnstone who presented the award to Jeremy Wilhelm, Director of Physical Plant, on August 20, 2013.
Camfil is the world's largest and leading manufacturer of filters and clean air solutions.
The company has 29 subsidiaries, 23 production plants and agents throughout Europe, North America and Asia.