THE AIR QUALITY
COMBAT AIR POOR IN OUR buildings SCHOOLS AND OTHER PUBLIC SPACES
Air quality in buildings plays an essential role in the productivity and well-being of its occupants. If the ventilation of a room is insufficient, the air becomes quickly polluted. Stale air causes premature fatigue, decreased concentration, increased risk of contamination of microbes, etc.
The solution is often simple to implement. Good ventilation can solve the basic problems. Then the measurement of indoor pollutants will complement the fight against poor air quality and improve the health of all. But before acting, it is necessary to MEASURE IT!
As of January 1, 2020, public spaces in the European Community will need to have a measure of air quality aimed at guaranteeing citizens a secure access (EEC standard).