Air quality is vital to our ability to thrive.
Many of us spend most of our time living and working inside buildings. The quality of indoor air we breathe impacts our well-being. Indoor pollutants can be invisible to our senses, yet harmful to our health and productivity. Meanwhile, airborne health risks have risen to the top of our air quality concerns, ever since the Center of Decease Control declared that transmission of coronavirus occurs much more commonly through respiratory droplets than through objects and surfaces.1