We can spend up to 90% of our time indoors, a space where the air we breathe can be up to 5x worse than the outside air.
Poor indoor air quality can affect your health and have a negative affect on productivity and learning capacity.
Symptoms can be irritation of the eyes, nose & throat, headaches, dizziness and fatigue.
An important 'tell-tale' can be an odour... fresh and healthy air has NO smell.
We breathe about 11,000 litres of air every day, that's nearly 8 litres every minute.
If the indoor air is poorly ventilated, it is highly likely you are inhaling another persons exhaled air, this is how transmission of viruses and colds occur.
Did you know, we exhale 100 x more CO2 than what we inhaled?
CO2 can build up, creating an unproductive and unhealthy environment.