Good air quality helps create an environment that fosters productivity and comfort, which is important for both customers and employees. There are many factors that affect the indoor air quality. Some cleaning products release unhealthy fumes, which is why it is important to make sure that environmentally friendly cleaners are used. Vehicles idling in loading zones or parking lots close to the facility can create issues with indoor air quality. Photocopiers can also make an impact on air quality.
- Find Out if Products are Green
- EPA Air Quality Guide
- Green Business Guides
- Guidelines on the Use of Photocopiers
Your HVAC system plays a huge role in indoor air quality. Installing programmable thermostats in multiple areas of your facility means that occupants can more easily adjust the temperature to their liking without affecting others. It is important that the system is serviced regularly to replace dirty filters and to make sure everything is working properly. Systems can also monitor and control CO2 levels, creating a healthier environment.