A joint study in 2015 between Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and United Technologies Climate, Controls & Security found a strong correlation between air quality and productivity.
The study tested employee performance in environments with “healthy” and “unhealthy” air.
In healthy air conditions: the results generated performance gains of € 15,500 in extra income per employee per year.
Reduce absenteeism by 35% by maintaining a healthy and safe air-environment.
The World Green Building Council discovered that workplaces with healthy indoor air experience 35% less absence of sick leave in the short term.
Employee productivity can increase to 10% for overall productivity and their cognitive skills can increase by up to 50% for both open and closed spaces.
The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health research showed offices that reduced their carbon dioxide content from typical office conditions of 1400 ppm to the prescribed values and noticed a 50% increase in scores on cognitive functions in tests.
Achieve up to 79% HVAC energy savings through best practices for indoor air quality, such as improved ventilation.
Many offices use air conditioning without knowing if the outside air is sufficient – we can help you decide when mixed mode and natural ventilation methods can be combined, saving 79% on energy costs, according to The World Green Building Council