"Greening Your Home" for Human and Environmental Health

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Wilton Library
Rimer Room

Event Details

Please join us for a Wilton Go Green-sponsored event, which will cover how environmental health, human health, and the structure of your home intertwine. Learn about the latest available technologies to monitor and optimize the health of our homes and our planet. Michael D. Ham will cover indoor air quality, water testing and filtration, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and household goods and fixtures that can reduce our carbon footprint while preventing exposure to toxic chemicals.

Michael Don Ham holds the prestigious certification of WELL Accredited Professional and also serves as a Faculty member of the International WELL Building Institute. The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) is a public benefit corporation whose mission is to improve human health and well being through the built environment. Michael is a serial entrepreneur who co-founded Refresh Smart Home, a NY based company, that pioneered the integration of healthy home solutions within the smart home industry. It grew to be the top rated Google Nest service provider in the U.S. and made the CE Pro Top 100 –an annual list of the largest custom electronics integrators in North America. Ham recently co-founded RePure, a leading supplier of best-in-class health and wellness solutions for residential applications available through professional installers. He has a deep background in regenerative organic agriculture and co-founded a regenerative organic tea company with products that are available on the shelves of Whole Foods Market. Michael is dedicated to increasing awareness of how our living spaces impact our health, offering solutions that benefit people and the planet, and utilizing technology for continuous improvement. 

Registration is suggested.  Please register online or call 203-762-6334.  For more information, contact asato@wiltonlibrary.org.

Event Type(s): Library Program
Age Group(s): Adults, Teens, Seniors

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