Moisture, indoor air quality, energy efficiency
Aiming at improving our living environment while limiting our environmental footprint.
Indoor air pollution
20% of worldwide population is allergic (source World Health Organization) and indoor air pollution is responsible for more than 20% of allergic illnesses. Many allergists and pneumologists have understood the recovery or the health improvement of some patients depends on the air quality of their life environment - habitat, office, workshop, transport…-.
Indoor air quality has also heavy impact on the employees' productivity. Indeed, in addition to illness leaves, difficulty to concentrate oneself and to do usual tasks is among the consequences of a poor indoor air quality.