Why your indoor air quality impacts health, productivity, and the environment

The quality of the air within our indoor environment has a substantial impact on both our health and productivity. From schools and offices to various public facilities, the presence of pollutants in the air can lead to a range of health issues and decreased performance. With the recent emphasis on ventilation and air quality in light of the pandemic, as well as the pursuit of net zero emissions, the importance of addressing indoor air quality has never been more critical. Curious to learn more about optimising indoor air quality? Discover expert insights and actionable strategies to create a healthier indoor environment for all.

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