Is Your Building’s Indoor Air Quality Impacting Workforce Productivity? It just might be…
Various factors over the past decade have led to greater adoption of strategies to improve indoor air quality (IAQ) in office buildings as part of an overall sustainability portfolio program.
A growing body of scientific knowledge has raised awareness about the increased health risks for employees which lead to potentially significant liabilities, increased absenteeism, and reduced productivity. New buildings and construction are built tight to save energy while older ones are implementing measures to reduce heat and cooling loss. In doing so, the building becomes increasingly air-tight, resulting in not bringing in enough fresh air to dilute workplace contaminants.
Kill 99% of airborne bacteria, viruses and allergens as they pass through the HVAC system and neutralize odours.
Prevent the spread of infectious diseases caused by bacteria (including TB, Legionella, E.Coli, and whooping cough) and viruses (including colds, flu, measles, German measles, chicken pox, small pox and SARS).
Prevent airborne pandemic threats such as H1N1, SARs, H5N1, MERS-CoV from spreading through HVAC systems.
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