Your Cleanest Air Awaits

Why Indoor Air Quality?

Indoor air quality in schools have clear impacts on the health, quality of life, learning performance, and the attendance of school children, teachers, and staff in Europe. The findings of the SINPHONIE project show that asthma at school may affect 100,000 children in Europe, with the most common symptom being a blocked nose (47%). Of the children affected, 26% felt better after returning home. The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the indoor air quality in classrooms, reinforcing the need for proper airflow and ventilation in schools.

Sources of Pollution
in Schools

The main contributors to bad indoor air quality (IAQ) in European schools are:

  • Nearby traffic (67% of the schools are affected by it)
  • CO2 levels (about 20% of all schools are operating with occupation densities lower than 2 m2 /child, leading to undesired levels of CO2 in classrooms)
  • Building age (most school buildings were built in the 1990s or earlier.) Even though 60% of the buildings have been retrofitted to some extent since then, they are still far from being considered as a healthy indoor air quality environment.
  • The use of didactic materials, including glues and paints, are also among the sources of indoor air pollution.
Real Classrooms. Real Results.
New Jersey School 
The data in this graph shows the air quality of a school in New Jersey that was running an EnviroKlenz Air System Plus. You will see that the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus was able to maintain PM 2.5 levels at or below the EPA national standard.

The blue line represents the National Standard and the green line represents the top 10 percentile.

 

Massachusetts Dental College

The data in this graph shows the air quality of a dental college in Massachusetts that was running an EnviroKlenz Air System. You will see that the EnviroKlenz Air System kept the PM2.5 particulates below the national top 10 percentile for over 95% of the time the system was running.

The blue line represents the National Standard and the green line represents the top 10 percentile. With the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus, this classroom consistently exceeded the air quality standards of the top 10%

 

Public School in the Midwest

The data in this graph shows the air quality of a public school in the Midwest with the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus. You will see that the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus kept the PM2.5 particulates below the EPA national standard and much of the time, as time progressed, in the top 10 percentile. 

The yellow line represents the National Standard and the blue line represents the top 10 percentile. With the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus, this classroom consistently exceeded the air quality standards of the top 10%

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