Th anks for your interest in ROCIS
(Reducing Outdoor Contaminants in Indoor Spaces)
Now is the perfect time to learn about your indoor air quality, the effect on you and your family, and most importantly, opportunities for improvement.

Interested in borrowing low-cost monitoring equipment for a month while engaging with other cohort participants and the ROCIS team? Consider joining our first virtual cohort.

This monitoring cohort will be from Thursday, April 16, to Friday, May 15, 2020. All meetings with be online.

ROCIS is hosting a webinar to explain our  Low Cost Monitoring Project  (LCMP). There are two identical sessions Monday April 6, 7PM and Tuesday April 7, 11AM. The first step is to participate in this introductory webinar. After the webinar, participants will be contacted to confirm their interest in continuing and their commitment to meet the LCMP expectations for the upcoming cohort. Interested in learning more? Sign up below!

We look forward to hearing from you.

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Our History & Purpose

We launched the ROCIS Low Cost Monitoring Project (LCMP) four years ago with funding from The Heinz Endowments.

The purpose of this project is to explore and clarify the value and applications for low cost monitoring devices to address indoor air quality. Our focus is on dwellings and their residents, however, we can accommodate several workplaces each cohort, as long as there is a suitable place to located monitors outside. Monitoring kits are loaned for a period of 3+ weeks. The kit includes nine devices to measure particles, CO (carbon monoxide), CO (carbon dioxide), radon, temperature, and humidity.

The past three cohorts were community-based. Thanks to the following collaborators: Triboro Ecodistrict (Triboro Cohort), Protect Elizabeth Township, Citizens for Clean Air, and the CREATE Lab (Mon-Yough Cohort), and USC Citizens for Land Stewardship (St. Clair Cohort).
We hope you can participate!
Linda, for the ROCIS Team
Linda Wigington
Team Leader | Reducing Outdoor Contaminants in Indoor Spaces (ROCIS) 
724-852-3085 (office), 724-986-0793 (mobile)
Thanks to The Heinz Endowments for support of the ROCIS initiative. 
(Reducing Outdoor Contaminants in Indoor Spaces)