After nearly 15 months of multiple lockdown restrictions which included no mixing of households indoors, the stay and work from home mantra and mandatory mask wearing within buildings, all of us now have a better understanding of what is at stake when focus on the quality of the air we breathe indoors.
Whether you’re a business owner, employee or family, never before has indoor air quality been in the forefront of our minds.
Air pollution continues to be a silent killer – contributing to a range of underlying health conditions and even premature death. As we spend nearly 90% of our time inside, even the quality of the air we breathe indoors has a significant impact on our wellbeing.
Whether at home, work, gym or going out for dinner, breathing clean air is our fundamental right.
Mitsubishi Electric is working with the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) and Global Action Plan, to raise awareness of the dangers of air pollution. Together they have produced a non-technical Beginner’s Guide to Indoor Air Quality which explores how, with simple measures and technology, we can improve the quality of the air we breathe indoors – to safeguard us from polluted and contaminated air.
Head over to Mitsubishi Electric’s latest article which explores the need for us all to focus on improving indoor air quality (IAQ) in all buildings here. To read the Beginner’s Guide to Indoor Air Quality click the button below.
The HVAC sector are specialists in tackling invisible threats like poor indoor air quality. If IAQ is a priority to you, your business or family, talk to us about our range of energy efficient mechanical ventilation with heat recovery systems. Love the air we breathe!
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