Poor indoor air quality can result in higher air temperatures and more pollutants in the air, resulting in costly food wastage and poor staff wellbeing. We discuss how improving air quality and introducing infection prevention measures can result in long term savings. Food manufacturing guidelines for indoor air quality Due
Indoor Air Quality
Your fresh-air supply brings in more than fresh air
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Wellness is the new green
The environmental revolution in buildings was all about energy-efficiency. But it overlooked human factors. No longer. Wellness in buildings is the new green.
The fresh-air supply in buildings can bring in more than fresh air. Diesel emissions from nearby roads and carbon dioxide sit next to viruses and mould spores that spread through HVAC systems (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning).
The result is up to five times more pollution indoors than outdoors. Exposure to these pollutants can lead to respiratory problems, cancer and eye issues. And indoors is where we spend 90% of our time.
The right HVAC systems are essential for managing air in the workplace. They are the building’s lungs, supplying fresh air and managing temperature and carbon-dioxide levels.
At Plasma Clean, we’re trusted pioneers in indoor-air-quality solutions. We’ve researched the issue since 2008, with clients that include Tesco and McDonald’s. At the heart of everything we do is a belief in creating a happier, healthier, more-productive workforce.
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