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Breathe easy

Greg Davies, Director of Market Development at Assurity Consulting, an organisation with over 30 years’ experience in independently monitoring indoor air quality looks at some of the issues surrounding IAQ “Each year in the UK, around 40,000 deaths are attributable ...

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Environmental conditions in the workplace have a major impact on productivity

Indoor air quality, lighting and room temperature all significantly affect productivity according to a new report from Sharp Business Systems UK (SBSUK), a subsidiary of Sharp Electronics Europe (SEE). The new report, which reviews the role of indoor air quality, ...

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Our focus on fire safety & indoor air quality

All Clean (Worcester) Ltd. has over 25 years of experience in providing high quality services to the facilities management sector. Our extensive experience and knowledge gives us the confidence to perform our tasks to the highest possible standards. We specialise, ...

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Johnstone’s Trade launches Air Pure

Johnstone’s Trade has launched Air Pure, an innovative bio-based wall and ceiling paint proven to purify indoor air, helping architects and designers respond to increasing calls for improved air quality in buildings. On average, we spend 90% of our time ...

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Something in the air

Poor quality air takes a significant toll on both the economy and people’s health. But there is an effective remedy, says Mark Taylor of Camfil Air pollution is the foremost environmental cause of early death, contributing to the equivalent of ...

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HVAC Systems – The perfect prescription for buildings

In recent years, health and well­ness has become a top priority in nearly every facet of our lives, from nutrition to sleep and exercise. Yet a growing body of research demonstrates that health and wellness is not just about eating ...

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New air quality and ventilation guidelines mean changes for schools

New air quality guidelines for schools mean that designers working for headteachers, school estates and facilities managers will have to look much more closely at ventilation strategies for new buildings and refurbishment projects, it has been warned. The Government recently ...

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Poor indoor air quality can lead to illness and reduced productivity

We spend around 90% of our lives indoors, often working for up to eight hours a day in poorly ventilated offices, occasionally alongside ill colleagues. We frequently take preventative measures to stop ourselves becoming unwell ourselves – like washing hands ...

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An air of academic excellence

GEZE UK has provided a breath of fresh air to an extraordinary facility which boasts academic excellence and innovation. The refurbishment of West Court – part of Jesus College, Cambridge – incorporates GEZE’s natural ventilation system to create the ideal ...

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Breathe easy

New evidence suggests indoor air quality directly contributes to staff productivity. We look at the ways a ventilation system can both enhance occupant comfort and contribute to a green infrastructure within buildings The recent shift in attitudes towards employee wellbeing ...

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