Skills for Chicagoland’s Future (Skills) is a public-private partnership working to match businesses that have current, unmet hiring needs with qualified, unemployed and underemployed job seekers. Its office, located in a multi-storey building in downtown Chicago, has no direct access to outdoor air and is protected by six Rensair units.
Liberty GYM Sarlat, a fitness club based in southwestern France, has selected Rensair air purification to protect its members from coronavirus.
Evolve Medical, a pioneering cosmetic & skin treatment clinic in Pudsey, near Leeds in West Yorkshire, has selected Rensair air purification to safeguard its patients and staff.
Air pollution is a growing problem. According to the WHO, it kills seven million people worldwide every year. Closer to home, The London Assembly reports that road traffic pollution leads to “thousands of premature deaths every year as well as stunting the development of young lungs and increasing cases of respiratory illness”.
Rensair has been included within the Belgian Ministry of Health’s list of registered and approved air purification systems.
A new report on infection resilient environments has been published by the Royal Academy of Engineering and its partners in the National Engineering Policy Centre.
Many people are saying that the future of work will be different, with employees requesting more of a balance between office and home working.
In the battle against COVID, the biggest threat is transmission from inhaling airborne droplets, not from touching contaminated surfaces.
There’s something in the air tonight. Oh Lord. If we could actually see what we were breathing, many of us would never venture out again.
Removing indoor air pollution has proven benefits. Not just the obvious advantages of protecting your health from bacteria, viruses and allergens, while minimising sick building syndrome.
June 17 is Clean Air Day. Run by Global Action Plan, it’s the UK's largest air pollution campaign. Every year, air pollution causes up to 36,000 deaths in the UK. The World Health Organisation and the UK Government now recognise it as the largest environmental health risk we face today
Early in his career, Henrik Hendriksen, a Danish engineer and inventor, created air ventilation technology solutions for the welding industry that went on to become the mandated government standard in Scandinavia and throughout multiple European-wide directives. The Norwegian Minister of Health challenged Henrik and his team to develop a new ventilation technology that would half …