Internal air pollution monitoring
The move to improve wellbeing in workspaces is building around the world. Core to that effort is to monitor and intervene in real-time where occupants are being subjected to inferior air quality.
Up to 30% of public buildings suffer from some degree of sick building syndrome. Poor air quality is not only a health and safety imperative; it is also responsible for reduced productivity and more sick days. Finding and fixing the causes of poor air can produce considerable improvements in these areas, as well as demonstrating a duty of care towards all public employees.
Continuous monitoring producing accurate data can now be achieved as a managed service across any and all local or national authority real estate, including location-specific sensing for all such buildings, including:
- Office buildings
- Social housing
- Medical facilities
- Industrial and storage premises
- Waste sites
Talk to us today about how very whole-estate internal monitoring can be achieved quickly, and provide a strong return on investment over time. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or find additional contact details on our Contact Us page.