Presentation on Creative Financing Solutions for School Facility
How Schools Can Use Existing Funds to Make IAQ and Energy Efficiency
Shrinking school district budgets may mean indoor air quality (IAQ) programs don’t make it to the top of your district’s list of funding priorities.
ASBO and the Environmental Protection Agency show how creative funding can help you better manage your facility and IAQ-related problems while maintaining a positive cash flow.
This presentation offers several successful strategies for IAQ financing and implementation, including using internal staff, taking advantage of supplemental funding for facility improvements, and identifying grant opportunities.
This presentation was given by Neil Zobler of Catalyst Financial Group, Inc., during ASBO International's 2005 Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts.
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PLEASE NOTE: This is an update to the 2003 Web seminar "Financing Indoor Air Quality Solutions - How Schools Can Use Existing Funds to Make IAQ Improvements" presented by ASBO and the EPA to school business officials in the U.S. and Canada in April 2003.
The EPA's Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools program is a voluntary initiative to help school officials nationwide address IAQ problems and reduce exposure to asthma triggers in the classroom. The guidance in Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools (IAQ TfS) can save schools time and money so that attention can be directed to educating children.