The quality of indoor air largely determines a healthy indoor climate. If we can avoid, eliminate or reduce the most common indoor air pollutants, we will already take a big step towards a healthy indoor climate. What are the benefits of a healthy indoor climate?
Unfortunately, we cannot breathe a sigh of relief yet. While the virus took our breath away, it also gave us a clear view of our modern and hectic lifestyle, literally.
In the future, (drinking) water will become a scarce and precious commodity, so it is not wise to use this treasure for cleaning. And certainly not to pollute the water with chemicals (detergents, soaps, etc.).
We spend an average of 80% of our time indoors. These numbers continue to rise as it gets colder outside. The problem with this lifestyle is mainly the poor air quality in our indoor environment. After all, indoor pollution concentrations are on average 2-5 times higher than outdoors. How is it possible?
No, I’m not talking about your classmates. It doesn’t matter if it’s still tensed between you. I’m talking about the old friends who have been a part of the human biome for centuries. Old friends who rub your skin and populate your colon. You better make sure that there isn’t a big issue between you and those old friends.
Filip Willocx, our man in the white coat, is busy daily with microbiological life. It is therefore not surprising that we ask him about it.
Why this interest in the world of the tiny species? Where does this passion for microbiology come from?
As a child, did he fall into the cauldron with a microbiological potion? We would like to give Filip the opportunity to introduce himself. Who is our man behind the science?
For years, Ellie has cleaned her practice with traditional disinfectants such as bleach and Dettol. She has now accepted the challenge of using BioOrg in the fight against odors, dust, traces and and odors.