According to the World Health Organization WHO, respiratory illnesses caused by air pollution are one of the four most frequent courses of death worldwide.
a gaseous compound, not visible, toxic, insidious and harmful in the long term
according to the latest medical research - co-causer of various serious illnesses
We spend up to 90% of our time indoors!
Organic foods have been developed for a healthy diet - very good!
There is green electricity, green clothes, green capital investments - very good!
Emissions were limited, filter systems installed in chimneys, cars equipped with catalysts - very good!
Polluted indoor air costs 3,500,000 lives every year - by far the largest environmental problem in the world.
- Prof. Björn Lomborg – Kopenhagen Business School, Project Syndicate
"Sick Building Syndrome" and "Office Eye Syndrome" are consequences of poor indoor air quality
Symptoms that people with Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) complain about.
Triggers that permanently burden people in buildings and make them sick
Dry, irritated, tired, itchy, aching and overstrained eyes due to a long dwell time in front of the screen and too dry room air are triggers for.
It has been proven that the use of highly active functional plants with high water evaporation prevent typical office problems to a great extent.