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COVID-19: A guide to reducing COVID-19 in an office environment
COVID-19: A guide to reducing COVID-19 in an office environment

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it remains essential to do all we can to reduce the spread of this dangerous virus. Since viruses can spread easily in office environments, so it is vital to take steps to prevent this and create safe and healthy workspaces for staff and visitors. Along with taking social distancing measures, employing stringent cleaning routines, and encouraging frequent handwashing, businesses are investing in professional ventilation cleaning to allow them to bring clean, fresh air into their offices.

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03/08/2021
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COVID-19: Reduce the risk of exposure through ventilation
COVID-19: Reduce the risk of exposure through ventilation

With COVID-19 still a significant risk to health in the UK, it is vital to take steps to limit its spread. One way to do this is to ensure that buildings are adequately ventilated. Ventilation is the process of bringing fresh air into indoor spaces whilst removing the stale air. Introducing fresh air to indoor spaces can remove air that is contaminated with virus particles, helping to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Ventilation systems should be maintained to a high standard to ensure they continue working effectively. Regular ventilation cleaning is essential for removing pollutants from the ductwork.

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29/07/2021
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Ensure your air is clean, prevent the spread of COVID-19
Ensure your air is clean, prevent the spread of COVID-19

COVID-19 is primarily transmitted through respiratory droplets, which are expelled into the air when an infected person coughs, speaks, sneezes, or sings. If air is not diluted properly indoors, the virus has the potential to remain suspended in the air for up to 16 hours and can fall onto surfaces and survive for up to 72 hours.

In fact, almost all cases of COVID-19 have been traced back to indoor areas and many researchers believe this is due to poor ventilation in buildings. This is why it is so important to keep exposure of the virus to a minimum, by working with qualified engineers who will provide trusted solutions... 

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23/09/2020
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