Special Report
Protect against Asthma & Allergies at Work, School, and Other Shared Spaces

Nearly 50 percent of schools in the U.S. report problems with indoor air quality (IAQ). Adults often deal with similar or worse conditions in the workplace. In these facilities, asthma and allergy triggers reduce productivity and increase absenteeism.

Facility managers have the ability to help provide relief.

“Employers and educators need to provide healthier offices and learning facilities – not just for the safety of people with asthma and allergies, but so that everyone can enjoy more productive and healthful work environments.”
Dr. Cary Sennett
President and CEO
of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America
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Learn more about the economic and public health toll asthma and allergies take on businesses and schools throughout the country and learn what you can do to provide relief.

“Employers and educators need to provide healthier offices and learning facilities – not just for the safety of people with asthma and allergies, but so that everyone can enjoy more productive and healthful work environments.”
Dr. Cary Sennett
President and CEO
of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America