ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill., Sept. 3, 2021—“UV-C for HVAC Air and Surface Disinfection,” an article from the 2020 edition of AMCA inmotion magazine, is a finalist in the 2021 Folio: Eddie & Ozzie Awards.

Written by Daniel Jones, co-founder and president of UV Resources, and Michael Ivanovich, AMCA senior director, global affairs, and edited by Scott Arnold, AMCA manager of industry content and AMCA inmotion editor in chief, “UV-C for HVAC Air and Surface Disinfection” provides engineer-level guidance for the use of ultraviolet C energy to continuously reduce and even prevent the growth of dangerous microbes in HVAC systems and the circulation of infectious pathogens in air streams. It is a finalist for the Eddie Award in the Single Article, Association/Nonprofit, Professional/Membership Association category.

With a wide range of resources, including a website, newsletters, conferences, and recognition events, Folio: provides strategies, news, and insight publishers need to drive audience engagement and revenue growth. It started the Eddie & Ozzie Awards to celebrate editorial (Eddie Awards) and design (Ozzie Awards) excellence in the publishing community. Entries were judged by an independent panel of media executives, as well as by the staff of Folio:, based on creativity and innovation.

“Our most important criterion is proven success in aligning your brand’s mission with the end product,” Folio: explains on its website.

The winners and honorable mentions in the 2021 Folio: Eddie & Ozzie Awards will be announced Oct. 14 during a gala at Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City.

This is the third honor the 2020 edition of AMCA inmotion has received. Last month, the magazine was announced as the winner of the Gold Stevie Award in the Other Publication – Association or Non-Profit category of the 18th Annual International Business Awards, and in April, it received an honorable mention in the CSR & Nonprofit Award category of Annual Publication or Brochure as part of PRNEWS’ 2021 CSR & Diversity Awards.

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