Even before Covid19, Health and wellbeing had risen up the agenda for companies who realise that unhealthy buildings directly impact their businesses.
A growing body of evidence confirms that healthier buildings can lead to happier and therefore more productive employees.
Studies that focused on indoor air quality results showed that employees performed 61% better on cognitive tasks than in the standard office conditions.
Goji Air Filtration systems are currently installed in business settings, offices, schools, residential care homes, salons, clinics and organisations of all sizes, and delivers a highly effective layer of hygiene.
While other filter products gather contaminated particles and odours, Goji Air breaks down the pollutants and odours, converting the carcinogenic waste and bad stuff into water and carbon dioxide.
Cleaner and greener (there are no polluted filters to return to landfill), Goji Air captures and destroys 99.95% of airborne pollutants.
Inhaling polluted air can cause sore eyes, headaches, fatigue, respiratory illness, heart disease and lead to serious long-term health conditions.
Poor air quality results in employees taking time off due to ill health or continuing to work at a reduced pace and quality. Workers are found to be less productive on days where the air has high levels of pollution.