ROCIS Media Kit

Promote the upcoming LCMP Cohort:

Help spread the word about ROCIS!

The ROCIS mission to reduce the impact of exterior environmental pollution and create healthy indoor environments is accomplished one house at a time. Whenever a family joins the Low Cost Monitoring Project or an HVAC professional learns the ins and outs of continuous filtration, we’re one step closer to our goal.

Help us spread the word about our programs and guides so that more people can enjoy a safer home environment.

This page will provide resources that you can use to tell other people about ROCIS and our solutions to indoor and outdoor pollution, including:

Printable PDF flyers and quick guides

Social media graphics

Suggested language for emailing friends, family, or colleagues

All of these materials are free to use and post.

Upcoming Cohort Flyer - Learn to use air quality monitors and find out about radon, small particles, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, humidity, temperature in your home. Join an online cohort! Joining is free. Image shows a woman with a purple suit holding a letter and sitting behind some air monitors.

Send an email, post online, hang a flyer...

Not sure how to invite people to get involved with ROCIS?

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LCMP Invitation Email

Hi {Name}, I thought you might be interested in this project from ROCIS—it’s all about improving indoor air quality.

They look at air pollution produced inside the house as well as pollution that comes in from outside.

Starting {insert dates of the upcoming webinars}, ROCIS is hosting a new monitoring cohort as part of their Low Cost Monitoring Project. LCMP participants are usually homeowners or residents in Southwestern PA who are curious about their family’s exposure to pollution within their homes.

ROCIS sets them up with a set of low-cost monitors, which they use for the next month to measure small particles, radon, carbon dioxide, and more.

There are sessions for participants to learn how to interpret the data, and ROCIS also suggests interventions that can help reduce exposure to pollution inside the home.

Participation is totally free, but participants are expected to attend virtual meetings and report their data back to ROCIS for the duration of their cohort.

The LCMP has been running since 2015, and something like 500 people have participated in it. If you’re interested, I’d encourage you to check out their website:

LCMP Social Media Posts

Check out this project! If you join a cohort, you get to monitor your indoor air for a month and measure your exposure to pollution.

The folks at ROCIS teach you how to use the monitors and interpret the data. You don’t have to guess about what’s in your house. You’ll have the data!

All the information is at the ROCIS website: https://www.rocis.org/low-cost-monitoring-project

LCMP Request to Post Flyers

Hi {Name}, I have a question about posting the attached flyer. The ROCIS Low Cost Monitoring Project is a free program available to local families.

The LCMP lets participants monitor indoor environmental quality and offers solutions when there are high levels of pollution. I think this would be really great for people in our community to know about, and I was hoping you would be willing to post this flyer in your store/business/window to help get the word out about it.

ROCIS Graphics & Flyers

Low Cost Monitoring Project Materials

These materials do not include program dates for any specific LCMP cohort and can be posted or shared at any time.

Upcoming Cohort Flyer - Learn to use air quality monitors and find out about radon, small particles, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, humidity, temperature in your home. Join an online cohort! Joining is free. Image shows a woman with a purple suit holding a letter and sitting behind some air monitors.

Social Media Post (Square)

ROCIS One Pager

LCMP Flyer (Color)

ROCIS One Pager BW

LCMP Flyer PDF (B&W)

ROCIS Trifold Brochure

LCMP Trifold Brochure (Color)

Monitoring Data & Graphs

Indoor vs. Outdoor Air - Filtration
Impact of Interventions
Before After Interventions - Post 1

Before and After Interventions – Part 1

Before and After Interventions Part 2

Before and After Interventions – Part 2

A Particle Monitoring Success Story

Before and After Interventions – Part 3

Kitchen Range Hood Tip Sheets

Tips for Channeling Kitchen Pollution

Tips for Improving Kitchen IAQ: Channel The Flow

Cut it Off at the Source:
Tips for Improving Kitchen Indoor Environmental Quality

Hood Fan Reminder
Turn Fan On Before Burner, Crack Open Nearby Window

Hood Fan Reminder – Square

ROCIS Kitchen Sign - Wide

Hood Fan Reminder – Wide

Low Emission Cooking Tips
Stovetop Tips

Low Emission Cooking Tips