Our company conducted a survey in kindergarten, school and office. We placed the air quality sensors to the classrooms and offices. Were were the values of carbon dioxide the worst? Maybe the results will not surprise you, but is it correct that children spend so much time in closed rooms where the air quality is often alarming?
The survey, which we conducted in the bedrooms shows that even in the night the air quality is not better, rather worse. This means that more than half of the day we breathe a poor quality air. Do you think it's okay?