June 01  Press Releases

Canadians are returning to the office, it’s time to improve Indoor air quality

It’s been over two years since the pandemic hit and many people have been working from home ever since. However, as businesses reopen their doors, Canadians are returning to the office. But is it really safe to return to an office environment? This article looks at what you can do to stay healthy, particularly how to make sure your indoor air quality is good.

The pandemic has taught us that we could be doing a lot more to improve our health and wellbeing. What we put in our bodies has a big impact on our health and although people are becoming more conscious about the impact of unhealthy food and sugary drinks on our quality of life and longevity, we may unknowingly be allowing unhealthy particles and gasses in our body every day at our workplaces. In many cases, indoor air pollution can be much higher than outdoor air.

Indoor air quality can often be quite poor

It’s no secret to health officials and property managers that indoor air quality is often poor. Whether it’s because of office buildings with poor ventilation, or offices with carpets and furniture that trap dust and allergens, indoor air quality can be a real problem. And it’s not just a problem for people with allergies or asthma – poor indoor air quality can affect everyone’s health. Studies have shown that poor indoor air quality can lead to a variety of health problems, including headaches, dizziness, breathing problems, fatigue, or worse.

Which air pollutants should we be most concerned about?


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