Fair Air Association of Canada

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The Fair Air Association of Canada (FAAC) was incorporated in 2003. The non-profit association supports the Canadian hospitality sector in its efforts to promote ventilation solutions. This association does not exist anymore.

The Fair Air Association of Canada is involved in a number of research projects that provide advice on issues of concern to the hospitality industry. From studying the economic impact of smoking bans to testing effective ventilation solutions in a variety of locations, it provides scientifically validated information to help inform the public and political decision-makers.

Members include several thousand bar and pub owners, more than a thousand hotel operators, charitable gaming (bingo) operators and charities in Ontario and eastern Canada. Membership also includes tobacco and ventilation manufacturers, ventilation engineers and many others.

External links[edit]

  • Official site - this address leads to an automatic doors manufacturer.