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Healthy Indoors Show with guest Derrick Denis 

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Overview

Listen to the Healthy Indoors Show talk about a new solution for dry traps and sewer gas, along with a bunch of other important indoor environmental topics with this week's guest, industry veteran, Derrick Denis.

Stop the Stink! Dry traps and the ensuing sewer gas and sewer critter infiltration are really STINK for property managers, snowbirds, hotels, hospitals, Realtors, schools, and more. Simple dry plumbing traps are the #1 cause of sewer gas infiltration at unused or underused fixtures. We talk about a new solution for this common IAQ problem, along with a bunch of other important indoor environmental topics with this week’s guest, industry veteran, Derrick Denis. Derrick A. Denis is an all-around nice guy with a hero complex, an internationally recognized practitioner, inventor, educator, author, and volunteer. He has provided professional industrial hygiene (IH), health and safety (EHS), infection control (IC), indoor environmental quality (IEQ) and litigation support services for 30 years.

Derrick is Senior Vice President with Clark Seif Clark, Inc. (CSC). He is also an inventor of Sewer Gas Solutions, a product that you pour into unused/underused drains to prevent the water in the trap from drying, which stops sewer gas infiltration. The show is hosted by HI‘s Founder & Publisher, Bob Krell, who is a veteran consultant, contractor, and trainer in the indoor environment and building performance industries.

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