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Indoor air quality in the hospitality industry
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Indoor air quality in the hospitality industry

Hospitality: indoor air quality

Why is polluted air a problem in the hospitality industry?

- Generates a bad experience for customers

- Increases health risks and disease frequency

How can we take action to improve indoor air quality?

- Air rooms often at the end of the shift

- Properly maintaining ventilation systems

- Using an air purifier

The benefits of an air purifier in the hospitality industry

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Hospitality: indoor air quality

The hospitality industry is a category that encompasses a wide range of facilities such as hotels, restaurants, bars, pubs, and cafes, where the main services offered are lodging, catering, food and wine experiences, and mind-body wellness.

In an environment such as hospitality where customer comfort comes first, among the various key factors in ensuring excellent service there is one topic that is rarely addressed in the correct manner: indoor air quality.

Indoor air pollution is perhaps one of the factors that contributes most to the well-being of a hospitality environment because if we think about it carefully, it is the one element that can always be present during the customers' stay in a facility.

Unfortunately, most business owners in this field are unaware of a really relevant fact.

According to WHO (World Health Organization) data, indoor air can be up to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air.

And in overcrowded environments such as those in the hospitality industry, it can be up to 10 times more due to various pollutants that are produced from countless sources, which we will go over in a