“It’s Time for Companies to Monitor Workplace Air Quality” – says Harvard Business Review

Source: Harvard Business Review article written by Joseph G. Allen

The movement toward real-time air quality monitoring is gaining momentum, and for good reason. Recent incidents, such as the Canadian wildfire smoke reaching New York City and concerns about COVID-19 transmission in classrooms, highlight the importance of monitoring indoor air quality. At TELLUS, we understand the significance of providing actionable insights into air quality for organizations.

Real-time air quality monitoring systems, like the ones we’ve helped deploy, offer numerous benefits. For instance, they provide timely information during crises, such as wildfires or disease outbreaks, allowing for informed decision-making. Additionally, these systems can identify areas within buildings where air quality may impact productivity, helping organizations optimize their environments for both health and performance.

The proliferation of low-cost sensors is driving a paradigm shift in air quality monitoring. Rather than relying on costly, time-intensive assessments by professionals, organizations can now collect real-time data using portable sensors. This democratization of air quality monitoring empowers individuals and organizations to take proactive measures to protect health and well-being.

Monitoring indoor air quality isn’t just about health and safety—it’s also a sustainability tool. By optimizing ventilation and filtration systems, organizations can reduce energy consumption while maintaining healthy indoor environments. This dual benefit supports both worker well-being and environmental goals.

TELLUS is at the forefront of this movement, helping organizations implement real-time air quality monitoring solutions. With our expertise and innovative technology, we empower businesses to create healthier, safer, and more sustainable indoor environments. Join us in embracing the future of indoor air quality monitoring and ensuring the well-being of your workforce and the planet.


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