Ultravation, Inc., specialists in indoor air quality improvement technology, raised $695 dollars (almost 8% of total contributions) to benefit the American Cancer Society through their participation in the Helping All Live On (HALO) Cancer Walk at the HARDI 2010 Annual Fall Conference, in Houston, TX, October 23-26, 2010.
The HALO Cancer Walk, which took place Tuesday morning during the HARDI 2010 Annual Fall Conference, had more than 40 walkers for their event. HALO—along with the support of the walkers, proceeds from their silent auction, and other donations—was able to present the American Cancer Society with a check for $8775 for cancer research.
Ultravation, Inc. has been engineering and manufacturing equipment that addresses the growing problem of indoor air pollution from both particulate and biological / organic sources since 2000. Their products use advanced systems for the application of ultraviolet light to reduce airborne pathogens, mold and other allergens passing through and generated within residential and commercial HVAC systems as well as hypoallergenic filtration and odor reduction.