Rensair partners with the Central London Alliance to support economic recovery

June 30, 2021 – 2 Min

Rensair, experts in hospital-grade air purification, have joined forces with the Central London Alliance (CLA) to assist the capital’s business community to recover after the coronavirus pandemic. The company is offering free air quality consultations to help convert workplaces into Covid-safe environments for London’s returning workforce.

The CLA is a politically agnostic Community Interest Company. It was formed to support a sustainable, economic recovery of London’s business, hospitality, cultural, tourism, and retail sectors and to help both employers and workers to survive through coronavirus and beyond. Created by senior London business leaders, it harnesses business assets, know-how and connections to drive positive change and facilitate regeneration.

If London is to be restored as the world’s greatest business hub, it must embark upon large-scale reopening after a lengthy series of lockdowns. However, the public have concerns about returning to offices and other places of work. Understandably so, as the latest advice from the World Health Organisation (WHO) places far greater emphasis on COVID-19 transmission from inhaled airborne droplets, rather than from touching contaminated surfaces.

That’s why Rensair is offering free consultations on indoor air quality. Taking into account floor plans, existing ventilation systems and occupancy rates, the company determines if there is a gap between workplace air quality and that recommended by the WHO and UK SAGE Committee.

If air quality is lacking, Rensair will recommend a tailor-made configuration based on its portable, hospital-grade air purifier, in keeping with the WHO’s guidance on closing the gap. Rensair’s no-obligation advice is based on verifiable data, research and experience, which is made freely available to ensure that decisions affecting employee health are well-informed.

Rensair partners with Central London Alliance

“Safe, breathable air has never been more important”, said Christian Hendriksen, Co-founder of Rensair. “According to a recent Opinium poll, the average person spends 22 hours indoors, equating to around 90% of their day. Given what we now understand about COVID-19 transmission, an increased focus on indoor air quality will not just hasten the end of this pandemic, but prevent future ones. It will also help to combat sick building syndrome, improve cognitive function and boost productivity.”

Initially developed to meet the strict standards of Scandinavian hospitals, Rensair’s patented  air purifier is independently tested by several research laboratories including Eurofins, Norconsult, and Oslo University Hospital. Combining H13 HEPA filtration with germicidal UVC light, the Rensair unit traps and destroys more than 99.97% of airborne bacteria and viruses, including the coronavirus family, helping to protect lives through clean air. The Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE),  in its November 2020 report on air cleaning devices to combat SARS-CoV-2 transmission, recommends these technologies as safe and effective.

CLA board member Tony Matharu said: “We believe that Rensair can make a real difference to our campaign to kick-start London’s business after the pandemic and to nurture people in a safe and sustainable way back to the workplace. Their generous offering of free workplace air quality consultations for Central London Alliance members provides a unique apparatus to assist businesses to mitigate risk and to encourage confidence and reassurance for employers and workers to safely return to their workplace”.

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