Indoor allergy triggers and pollutants: a problem of growing public health and economic importance. A proportion of around 25 % of the Swiss population is affected by an allergy.
Indoor pollutants can trigger or aggravate allergic diseases: sometimes they act as allergy triggers themselves (e.g. formaldehyde) and may increase the sensitivity of the mucous membranes (eyes, nose, gut, airways) and hence cause a greater probability of allergies.
Many people spend 90% of their time indoors. Good ambient air and a healthy indoor climate are therefore essential.
Allergen- and pollutant-free indoor premises lead to a measurable increase in well-being and efficiency. According to existing studies, economic losses in Europe caused by absenteeism resulting from a poor indoor climate are estimated at around 100 million euro. Therefore operating costs can be lowered by healthy indoor premises.
With the Allergy Seal of Quality your company shows its commitment in the field of health care and gives affected persons safety and the information for a better quality of life.
The criteria for the certification of interiors can be downloaded here.
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