Discover how better indoor air quality in educational buildings can benefit health, productivity and operations.
Educators want to create safe spaces, where both students and staff can excel. But to do so, it’s important to understand the factors that determine indoor air quality and the role this plays in creating the optimum learning environment.
Improved performance, productivity and operational efficiencies are just some of the wide-ranging benefits that are known to be linked to better indoor air quality in education.
Take a look at this infographic to find out why indoor air quality in learning environments matters, the implications for educators, and how to manage this complex issue effectively.
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- To create an environment where staff and students can excel, educators need to understand what good indoor air quality means and how to manage it effectively.
- Sophisticated indoor air quality monitors can gather real-time data on contaminants and air quality factors including radon, airborne chemical s (VOCs), CO2, temperature, humidity, and pressure.
- This information can be used to improve air quality in education; boosting health and wellbeing, and enabling students to reach their full academic potential.
- A better understanding of occupancy levels throughout educational buildings can be used to inform key operational decisions and achieve greater operational efficiency.
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