Not well-functioning aeration systems, rather than air recirculation, re-use stale air and spread bacteria, harmful gases and other pollutants.
Inadequate filter efficiency may cause high levels of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and fine dust.
Students spend a lot of time in the same classrooms.
A constant monitoring of the air quality in common areas and the consequent remedial actions, provide for the well-being and the performance of the students.
Most indoor CO2 is produced by humans.
CO2 overproduction may reduce concentration, thus student learning and teacher performance, by up to 20%.
Libraries are an important meeting point for those who love to read and study but also for mould and dust.
Making your stay healthier and more pleasant will make the difference.
Your quality of life begins with the quality of the air you breathe.