Efficient, healthy, comfortable and productive spaces
A clean and healthy environment increases productivity, reduces work absenteeism and also helps maintain the sustainability and health of buildings. Efficient, healthy and comfortable work spaces increase productivity.
Even if it is not always apparent, healthy air is essential. It is a double-edged sword in as much as although air is essential for our survival, it can also be a means for transmitting viruses, bacteria and other agents harmful to health. Indoor air quality is measured by the number of pollutants that are present in the air and by the degree of discomfort that is felt by occupants. As well as spreading disease, poor air quality can cause a general feeling illness. This is known as Sick Building Syndrome.
Act of responsibility
However, the scientific community has gone one step further and it believes that measures need to be taken urgently to ensure that the purification solutions used to improve health in buildings are also sustainable and efficient. Preventing the transmission of diseases through aerosols is an act of responsibility; not only from a business point of view, but from a social perspective as well.