i3CAIR: Care About Your Air.
Prior to the global pandemic, people spent almost 90% of their time indoors. With lockdowns around the world to slow the spread, people are spending more time indoors than ever before. This raises concerns for the quality of indoor air, as it is almost 100 times more polluted than outdoor air. The air we breathe indoors can effect energy, focus, and productivity, or for more sensitive groups, it can contribute to serious health conditions.
Taking control of your indoor air quality can improve the overall health and wellbeing of your workplace or classroom, making the invisible, visible. Employers or teachers can return to work with the peace of mind that the ambient conditions of their offices and classrooms are safe.