Baxter Environmental Group: Healthy Buildings Breakfast Event

Healthy Buildings

Baxter Environmental Group will be hosting a Healthy Buildings Breakfast. The breakfast will be on March 9th from 7-10am at the Rhodes Grove Conference Center.

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Whether their buildings are older or newer, Facilities Managers, Property Managers, Real Estate Professionals are faced with unique environmental challenges.  Rarely do they have an opportunity to network with individuals faced with similar challenges outside of their own organization.  On March 9, like-minds come together to enjoy breakfast, network and share information that can help them keep their buildings healthier.

Topics at the healthy buildings breakfast will include issues from dealing with the occasional ugly client to humidity issues, mold issues, cleaning HVAC duct work, preventative maintenance, and more.

“Last year after holding this event, our attendees asked for more.  One person even commented that this event gave him the opportunity to clear his head and make notes on changes that will improve the management of his six-building campus.  Another person shared with me that the person sitting next to him gave him some great information on handling the shortage of employees he is experiencing.” shared Jocelyne Melton from Baxter Environmental Group, the sponsor of this program.

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The breathe healthy initiative

In response to rising concerns about indoor air and environmental quality, Baxter Group, Inc. is previously launched their “Breathe Healthy Initiative”.  The goal of this program is to provide our community with education and information to protect ourselves, our families, our employees, or our building occupants from indoor environmental contaminants.


Indoor pollutants such as asbestos, mold, lead-based paint, radon, and a variety of indoor environmental contaminants impact the health of thousands of people every year.  Small preventative measures can make a huge difference in the health of our indoor environment and those that reside in it.  This Initiative is intended to inspire and motivate us to seek preventative maintenance and address areas that could impact the health of our environment.

To learn more information or to register, email Jocelyne at