Improve productivity. Reduce health-related complaints and lost man-hours. Create a happier and more comfortable workplace.
Scientists estimate that there are 80,000 chemicals in international commerce today, with only three percent having been fully evaluated for health impacts. Studies show that indoor air quality emerged as a major driver for returns on investments.
According to UL, a one percent impact on productivity is significantly bigger than energy savings and is achievable by investing in proper management of your indoor air in your workspaces.