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VIDEO | Dangers of CO2 build-up in schools and offices

Have you ever felt unwell and tired during the day with no apparent reason? Or tried your best to focus in a meeting, while feeling like your head has been stuffed with cotton?

 

The reason is indoor air pollution and high Co2 build-up. This a vastly underestimated problem that nobody likes to talk about. Every day workers in offices and students in schools suffer from “sick building syndrome” – headaches, fatigue, loss of productivity and other health issues directly related to the indoor pileup of CO2.

 

Multiple studies have shown the correlation between indoor air quality and productivity. When indoor spaces are being sufficiently ventilated the performance of people increases significantly.

 

indoor air quality

Aranet is raising awareness about the issue with a video that explains the negative effects of indoor air pollution and what are the solutions to the problem. Watch and share the video to advocate for fresh air in schools and offices!

 

The world has been living in stuffy rooms for too long!

 

Have any questions? Send us an email to info@aranet.com

 

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