Protect student and teachers' indoor air quality
It is becoming more and more common for schools and kindergartens to take better control of their indoor air quality, in some areas it's even a requirement. In doing so, both student and teachers can be better protected, as well as improving cognitive function, test scores and overall health.
We have compiled expert advice regarding radon, airborne chemicals (VOCs) , asthma, and carbon dioxide in our latest infographic below.
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