14 June 2018

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality in Towns and Cities

By Elta Fans

14 June 2018

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When it comes to air quality, the majority of focus has fallen on towns and cities. This is understandable since many play host to congestion and factories which are the primary producers of air pollution build-up. What’s more, pollution can become trapped between buildings further impacting on indoor air quality (IAQ) levels in these areas.

When it comes to air quality, the majority of focus has fallen on towns and cities. This is understandable since many play host to congestion and factories which are the primary producers of air pollution build-up. What’s more, pollution can become trapped between buildings further impacting on indoor air quality (IAQ) levels in these areas.

Thankfully, ventilation provides the solution to poor IAQ by removing the unseen pollutants and particles. For many buildings based in the city, simply opening a window will not provide the fresh air needed to create a comfortable working environment, nor is it possible due to security risks. The result is that all too often the indoor air becomes trapped, leading to recirculating particles, unpleasant odours, condensation causing moisture and increasing CO2 levels.

Modern ventilation systems have been developed to deliver efficient and effective ventilation for businesses both large and small. That’s why at Elta Group we have specialist teams on hand to help provide the best solution and allow everyone from facilities managers to specialist contractors to make the right decision when it comes to ventilation.

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