What To Expect From a LCMP Cohort
Kits will be delivered to participants through a no contact exchange - either to your door or sent via the mail. The kit includes monitors for particles, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and radon. During the one-month-long cohort, participants monitor their indoor and outdoor air, and receive weekly feedback on their results. During the monitoring period, ROCIS participants can test the effectiveness of ROCIS-loaned equipment, including an induction stovetop and/or DIY fan-filters.
The virtual format has increased the convenience of participating through:
- No travel requirements (All meetings are online!)
- Flexible meeting times (There are two weekly online Cohort meetings, each with the option of attending in the morning or evening.)
- Shorter and more frequent meetings (Each meeting is 75 minutes)
- Opportunity for more household members to participate (Kids are welcome!)
Over the course of the virtual cohort, the ROCIS team covers a wide range of topics including:
- Accessing and interpreting air quality monitoring results
- Behavioral and technical interventions to improve indoor air quality
- Access to resources to track ambient air quality
- Health impacts of poor air quality
Cohort 52 will be from Thursday, Sept. 15 to Friday, Oct. 14.
Take the first step. Register and attend our introductory webinar, which explains the FREE Low Cost Monitoring Project (LCMP). This webinar will be offered Sunday, Aug. 28, at 7:00 PM or Monday, Aug. 29, at 10:30 AM. Sign up here. After the webinar, participants will be contacted to confirm their interest in continuing and their commitment to meeting the LCMP expectations.
Questions? Contact Emily Dale, ROCIS LCMP Coordinator, 724 833 8223, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you.
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