How to implement indoor air quality monitoring to improve health, safety and wellbeing in education facilities. Make the invisible visible and take control of indoor air quality.
Safe indoor air quality is no longer a nice-to-have. It is essential to keep communities healthy and productive.
Carbon dioxide (CO₂) is one of the biggest contributors to poor indoor air quality. As the number of people increases in a room, so do CO₂ levels.
You should feel just as safe about the air you breathe as you feel about the water you drink. So it is essential for education facilities to be able to monitor indoor air quality in real-time.
Monitoring IAQ in classrooms allows schools to take every possible measure to protect against transmission to minimise infection, absenteeism and disruption, to quickly identify when ventilation is inadequate and demands appropriate remedies.
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