Covid-19 has emphasised the importance of clean and safe indoor air quality where we work, live and play.
For employers already using or planning a safe return to the workspace this Spring or Summer, it is necessary to make plans to deliver sufficient clean fresh air, combined with air movement at work, for many businesses, simply opening doors and windows is impractical, inadequate, or not a long-term solution to the air quality problem.
In the last 12 months, many new and existing scientific technologies have been adapted to help us clean and disinfect the air circulating within shared spaces. Whilst no technology can claim to be 100% successful in eradicating Covid-19, many are highly effective in removing airborne viruses and bacteria.
However, these air purification solutions often involve new (and expensive) standalone kit installed in addition to supplement existing heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment.