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Indoor Air QualityInfection Control

19/11/21

How infection control in schools can cut absences during flu season

Implementing a robust infection control strategy can reduce school absences during the winter flu season.

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18/10/21

Innovative partnership delivers life-changing tech to protect UK’s workforce

Plasma Clean has partnered with Airthings to deliver life-changing air quality technology.

Indoor Air QualityNews

14/10/21

How does indoor air quality impact student performance?

Poor indoor air quality in schools directly impacts the health, wellbeing and education of our children.

Indoor Air QualityInfection ControlNews

04/10/21

The role of infection control in future-proof businesses

Why is infection control important? We spend 90% of our time indoors and consume around 10,800 litres of air each day. That creates significant potential risk for your employees or customers to inhale airborne viruses

Indoor Air QualityInfection ControlNews

16/09/21

Why schools need to bolster their infection control strategy

As pupils return to schools after the summer holiday break, following a year and a half of disrupted learning, illnesses and infection will be on many parents’ minds.

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14/06/21

Plasma Clean continues growth plan with the acquisition of Fortis Hygiene & Maintenance Services

Plasma Clean, experts in improving indoor air quality and providing infection control solutions, has acquired Fortis Hygiene & Maintenance Services (Fortis HMS) to enhance its services and product offering.

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Food HygieneIndoor Air QualityNews

21/05/21

How can improving indoor air quality cut costs for food manufacturers?

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.

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Indoor Air QualityNews

21/05/21

Cost-effective methods for improving air quality in commercial properties

Since the pandemic, there is greater pressure and responsibility for commercial landlords to review the air quality in their properties.

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Indoor Air QualityNews

21/05/21

How can building managers prepare for the return of office employees?

The pandemic has cost the UK economy over £250 billion, and business leaders are keen to get their operations back to full capacity.

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