Research shows if you improve the air quality at work, you improve productivity

Greener and better ventilated offices can lead to better performance of employees. jingdianjiaju1/flickr Libby Sander, Bond University Corporate wellness programs focus on biometric screening, diet and exercise programs to improve health and productivity. However, new research has shown the quality of the office environment itself can have significant negative effects on thinking, health and productivity.…

Why the Air You Breathe Indoors Matters

It is easy to trick ourselves into thinking that indoor air is a clean respite from the outdoor air pollution those of us experience living in cities. Inside our own homes, we are clear of car fumes, heating and cooling exhaust, smoke stacks, cigarette smoke, and much more. In the two minutes you are probably…

The Harsh Impact of VOCs on the Environment

VOCs refer to Volatile Organic Compounds, which are found in a huge variety of household products such as conventional paints, printing inks, cleaning products, and petroleum products among many other consumer items. When these products are used VOCs are emitted into the atmosphere, not only deteriorating the indoor air quality, but also contributing to outdoor air…
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